Ardlui | Caledonian Sleeper |



Sitting at the bottom of Glen Falloch at the head of Loch Lomond, Ardlui sits at the ancient boundary between the Kingdom of Dalriada and the Kingdom of the Picts, marked by the Clach na Bhreatuinn.

The village is popular for watersports including wakeboarding, water skiing, paddle boarding, kayaking and canoeing.

Conquer the towering peak of Ben Vorlich, one of the most iconic mountains in the Southern Highlands, offering breathtaking views of Loch Lomond and the Trossachs.

Landmarks and Attractions

“Arrochar Alps”

Nearby, the popular Munros such as Ben Vane and Ben Vorlich attract hikers and climbers seeking adventure and panoramic views.

Falls of Falloch

The Falls of Falloch are a captivating series of waterfalls located near the village of Ardlui, cascading over ancient volcanic rocks amidst the landscapes of Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park. Visitors can follow a short trail from the roadside to reach the falls.


While sightings of these elusive animals are rare, they inhabit the woodlands and forests surrounding Ardlui, where they play a vital role in the ecosytem as skilled hunters of small mammals and birds.