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Bridge 0f Orchy
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A small clachan with a landmark hostelry, nearby is the ancient forest of Blackmount. Glen Orchy provides numerous opportunities to enjoy a picnic along the tumbling river Orchy.

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Dalmally
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Dalmally has a small livestock market, a hotel and a scattering of houses.The monument to Duncan Ban MacIntyre the famous gaelic poet, lies in forestry nearby. Also to be found is the romantic ruin of Kilchurn Castle on the shores of Loch Awe, a former stronghold of the Campbells.

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Inveraray
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The castle is the seat of the Duke of Argyll, centrepiece for the 80,000 acre Argyll Estates, and headquarters of the mighty Clan Campbell. The town was the first planned town ever built.

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Cairndow
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A small grouping of cottages and an Inn at the head of Loch Fyne, with Ardkinglass Estate gardens home to many champion trees. The famous Loch Fyne Oysters is en-route.

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Strachur
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Well loved village and 'big house' on the shores of Loch Fyne, former home of the late Sir Fitroy Maclean, soldier, historian, writer, Member of Parliament, diplomat and said to be the inspiration for James Bond.

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Glenbranter
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Part of the vast Argyll Forest Park but once owned by Sir Harry Lauder the famous entertainer.

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Loch Eck
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Almost a sea loch and a popular beauty spot.

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Benmore & Dunoon
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The Benmore Botanic Gardens have an avenue of mighty redwood and over 250 species of rhododendrons. Dunoon is a ferry terminal and popular seaside resort.

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Arrochar
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Over the 'Rest and be thankful' mountain pass on the shores of Loch Long lies this elongated settlement, built below the famous peaks of the 'Cobbler' and 'Ben Arthur'

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Tarbet and Luss, Loch Lomond
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Tarbet on the shores of Loch Lomond and a junction for the main routes North and West.

Luss was the location for the TV series 'Take the High Road' and nearby is the seat of the Clan Colquhoun.

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Isle of Inchmurrin, Loch Lomond
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The only island on Loch Lomond with a pub! as well as the ruins of Castle Lennox.

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Helensburgh
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So named after Helen the wife of the Colquhoun chief who was responsible for its creation. John Logie Baird who invented the T.V. was born here and the first sea-going steamer the 'Comet' was built here for a local hotelier and town provost.

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Balloch
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Lomond Shores the retail outlet and visitor centre and the headquarters of the National Park are located here.

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Blanefield & Glengoyne
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Glengoyne Distillery and the village of Blanefield home to a growing number of galleries.

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Ben Lomond
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The most southerly Munro in the highlands and the best known.

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Drymen
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One time home and final resting place of Eric Liddle the famous runner. Once a market town, built around an attractive green.

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Buchlyvie
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A small village with a couple of pubs and a pottery

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Carse of Stirling
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This wide flat expanse of rich farmland was reclaimed by migrant workers from Flanders a couple of hundred years ago.

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