Natural Trossachs has a vision that the Centre is a showpiece for local talent, training and mentoring for students of land based activities.
Celebrate the Year of Natural Scotland 2013 with Natural Trossachs
Natural Trossachs has a vision that the Centre is a showpiece for local talent, training and mentoring for students of land based activities through a range of courses highlighting the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park, not as an area of natural beauty but as a location rich in natural and cultural heritage.
Based at a purpose built outdoor centre in Strathyre Natural Trossachs can provide bunkhouse accommodation for tourists, as well as offering research and education groups the ideal base to conduct studies and view wildlife native to the area.
Natural Trossachs is also conveniently situated on the National 7 Cycle path so is an ideal base for cyclists and those doing the Rob Roy Way.
Recent video footage from cameras located in and around the Outdoor Centre clearly highlight an abundance of wildlife, from pine martens to red squirrels, from roe deer to badgers. Such sightings will form the basis of organised 'watches' where those interested will be able to view such species in their own habitat at the best time of day (or night).
Natural Trossachs is also pro-active in engaging with the local community, whether through upskilling local youngsters to help support activities or through working with local businesses to ensure that tourists to the National Park enjoy the best possible experience throughout their stay and will visit this stunning landscape time and time again.
Join Natural Trossachs to view the BIG 5 in the Trossachs; Red Deer, Red Squirrel, Golden Eagle, Osprey & Otter
Natural Trossachs is a member of the Loch Earn Tourism Initiative Group and is also associated with:
* Thanks to Eddie (Overland Ecology), Leon (Wildwood Bushcraft), Lewis Pate, Frazer McFarlane (Horizon Ecology), Steven Gregory, Jeff (Wilderness Response Team) and the Loch Lomond & Trossachs National Parks for use of their photos on the site