Trossachs


Also found in: Dictionary, Wikipedia.

Trossachs

the
1. a narrow wooded valley in central Scotland, between Loch Achray and Loch Katrine: made famous by Sir Walter Scott's descriptions
2. (popularly) the area extending northwards from Loch Ard and Aberfoyle to Lochs Katrine, Achray, and Venachar
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
Arnold Clark managing director Eddie Hawthorne said: "We are thrilled to be able to get the Trossachs team back on the road with our donated Hilux.
The schoolgirl was targeted as she walked in Trossachs Court in the west end of Glasgow at 11pm on Friday.
Never mind pneumonia and severe weather warnings of frost in the Trossachs.
He moved to the Trossachs and from there rustled cattle from Montrose's lowland estates.
For details of island accommodation and ferry services, contact Argyll, the Isles, Loch Lomond, Stirling & Trossachs Tourist Board in Oban on 01631 563122.
In honour of his achievement, the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park, which promotes and manages the WHW, awarded him a special silver medal.
The gig, featuring five award-winning comics, will raise money for the Scottish Mountain Rescue and Trossachs Search and Rescue Dogs.
The chill factor around the Trossachs would surely freeze-up his equipment.
CAROLINE Quentin's latest travelogue focuses on three of Britain's most spectacular National Parks - Snowdonia, the New Forest and, in the first episode, Loch Lomond and the Trossachs.
Price includes: return flight from Cardiff to Edinburgh, return airport to hotel transfers, three nights at the three-star Bridge Hotel, Glasgow (or similar), breakfast daily, three course evening meals at the hotel on days one and three, a seat at the Edinburgh Military Tattoo, an Orientation Tour of Edinburgh, a tour of Loch Lomond and the Trossachs, visit to the Falkirk Wheel (entrance payable locally), single supplement pounds 36, services of a tour manager.
Reporting that two sheep keep coming on to his croft in the Trossachs, he says: "They're known as Roy and Coward by our family - no sense of direction and always bleating
The pounds 3million, 20-year project for 8,000 acres of the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park includes native species such as Caledonian pine.