Welcome to the Loch Lomond and The Trossachs Countryside Trust

We are working together to conserve the stunning landscapes and rich native wildlife found within Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park and to improve local facilities so that more people can discover and enjoy some of Scotland’s most iconic countryside.

Our work includes habitat restoration, invasive species management and outdoor health projects within the National Park.

Our vision can only be realised with participation from our partners and communities, so please get involved!

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50% of Scotland’s population lives within an hour’s drive of the National Park.
It would take a person walking nonstop roughly 347 days to walk around the world.
The Park has a boundary length of
220miles (350km)
There are 21 Munros in the Park (the highest is Ben More, 1174m)
The 22
larger lochs occupy an estimated 6.5% of the National Park area
The Park has 39 miles of coastline around Loch Long, Loch Goil and the Holy Loch.
55% of Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park is farmed.
Red Squirrels have 4 fingers and 2 toes on each paw.
Sierra redwood trees may live for 3,500 years, reaching over 91 metres.
An oak spends 300 years growing, resting and declining gracefully.
It can take 250 years before a tree is a suitable home for some very particular lichens.