I have two great loves in my life. One you already know about (the clue’s in my title). The other, is paddle steamers!
An environmental organisation has apologised after deliberately killing hundreds of trees on an island in Loch Lomond.
The great and good are often remembered after they die with a headstone, perhaps a plaque, or sometimes even a statue.
To celebrate 70 years of the UK's national parks being protected areas of beauty, a lifestyle blog has created a number of animated travel posters depicting the regions.
Our rooms with a ewe: Tourists leave woolly jumpers at home as they book a break with mischievous Loch Lomond sheep
Tourists are flocking to rent holiday homes with some special guests...as bookings soar for special breaks with animals.
A beaver has been filmed living on Loch Lomond for the first time after embarking on a cross-country trek.
My family and I recently enjoyed a short break staying at the Macdonald Forest Hills Resort, situated in the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park. Luck was perhaps on our side, and we managed to time some relatively nice weather for most of our trip.
Three women are taking on an extraordinary challenge to raise vital funds for mountain search and rescue services.
Tiny pieces of plastic pollution have been found in rivers, lakes and wetlands across Britain, research suggests.
AN attempt to bring paddle steamer Maid of the Loch ashore today ahead of a £1 million project to rejuvenate the historic vessel has been abandoned.
VOLUNTEERS have been left 'devastated' after a funding package to restore a Loch Lomond paddle steamer to working order was rejected.