|20th Nov 2020 to 10th Jan 2021|
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Loch Lomond Faerie Trail
Loch Lomond Faerie Trail Loch Lomond Adventures, Luss G83 8PA
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Come to Luss to experience the Christmas magic of the Loch Lomond Festive Faerie Trail. The Faeries have transformed their trail with decorations and a new Christmas mystery that needs to be solved.
Festive trail markers throughout the woodland walk will help you solve the mystery for the faeries, and you will receive a special certificate upon completion.
Since the beginning of time, Scottish faeries have lived by the Bonnie Banks of Loch Lomond. Happily inhabiting the forest and woodlands, living in harmony with nature, in their beautiful faerie houses. On the western shore of Loch Lomond sits Luss, the prettiest village in Scotland. It is here that the faeries dwell and we invite you to join us on a magical adventure to explore their home! But please take care...when the Vikings invaded Scotland many centuries ago they brought with them some menacing trolls, who escaped and now roam through the hills and glens in the Scottish Highlands. Beware of these fearsome creatures.
Advance Booking Only.
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