Inverarnan is situated at the south end of Glen Falloch, on the shores of the River Falloch. The Drovers Inn which dates back to the 17th Century, is in Inverarnan and is well known as a haunted location and has been visited by many paranormal enthusiasts. Inverarnan also has a fantastic campsite on the Bein Glas Burn next to a stunning waterfall.
The Public Bar at the Beinglas Campsite has a great outdoor seating area complete with a large woodburner. The campsite also has a small shop and serves great food. On site there are wigwams, lodges and they can also provide Bed and Breakfast. The West Highland Way passes directly through the Beinglas Campsite. The campsite is open most of the year but closes for a short time over the winter months so check before you plan your walk.
Just north of Inverarnan are the Falls of Falloch, a popular beauty spot and only a short walk from the A82. Further north is an ancient boundary stone, Clach nam Breatann, the stone of the Britons. It is said to mark the defeat of the Britons of Strathclyde by the Scotii of Dalriada in AD 717. It may well have acted as a boundary stone between the two cultures and the Picts.
Inverarnan is a popular start point for climbers wanting to bag the Munros to the north of Loch Lomond such as Ben Chabhair, Beinn a’Chroin and An Caisteal which can be bagged together by very fit climbers who enjoy a long day on the hill.
More details of some of the Munros and Corbetts around the National Park can be found on the Mountains and Bens pages.
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