Inverarnan to Tyndrum

Having immersed yourself in the surrounds of Loch Lomond, you will now enter a different landscape.  One of soaring mountains and gentle glen walking.

Following the River Falloch you will catch glimpses of the cascades of the Falls of Falloch before reaching the halfway point, Crianlarich. Although the Way skirts past the village, there is a spur path that takes you into Crianlarich for refreshments, services or accommodation.

Onwards the surrounding hills shepherd you towards Tyndrum initially following the River Fillan across the valley floor. At Kirkton Farm you’ll come across the ruins of St Fillan’s Priory and a graveyard, before you join the River Cononish into Tyndrum.

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Elevation profile

Fast facts


12 Miles (19.3 km)


The path and tracks are mainly well-surfaced where much of the route consists of an old military road with moderate hills. The Way bypasses Crianlarich to the west, but a spur path leads into the village, the halfway point on the route. The following section to Tyndrum is a straightforward path, offering spectacular mountain scenery.

Start height: 66 metres
End height: 50 metres
Maximum height: 202 metres
Minimum height: 12 metres

Be aware

Camping byelaws are in effect at the northern end of Loch Lomond from 1st March to 30th September and wild camping is restricted.


Inverarnan, Crianlarich, Tyndrum


Crianlarich, Tyndrum

Places of interest

River Falloch, Falls of Falloch, St Fillan’s Priory