Planning Your Journey Following the various options from the south, you will have arrived in the Scottish capital, Edinburgh. From there you can choose your onwards path. Edinburgh to Lochearnhead. I would strongly suggest this trip north through Stirling to Lochearnhead and back. You could do it in a day, but take a couple of days and see more and do more. Edinburgh To Lochearnhead From Lochearnhead you have a choice of routes south again – 1: Back to Stirling through Strathyre, the north eastern edge of the Trossachs National Park. Edinburgh To Lochearnhead. 2: To Glasgow either through Strathyre and the north eastern edge of the Trossachs National Park, or further west in the Trossachs, following the shores of Loch Lomond. Lochearnhead To Glasgow Or you could just go directly from Edinburgh to Glasgow on your way south. Edinburgh to Glasgow The roads south from Glasgow offer a choice between a direct run to Keswick in the Lake District Glasgow to Keswick or a road first south-westwards to Ayrshire, the land of Robert Burns. Glasgow to Ayr and from there to the Lake District Ayr To Keswick. Whichever tour combo you put together you will be well rewarded with the experience of Scottish history, culture and above all, the friendliness and warmth of the Scots. Dour they may seem, but that doesn’t mean they won’t welcome visitors with open arms.
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