Villages, Towns & Cities in and around the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park.Aberfoyle | Arden | Ardlui-Inverarnan | Balloch | Balmaha | Balquhidder | Brig O Turk | Callander | Crianlarich | Doune | Drymen | Garelochhead | Gartmore | Helensburgh | Inchmurrin Island | Inveraray | Inverarnan | Inverbeg | Inversnaid | Killearn | Killin | Kinlochard | Lochearnhead | Lochgoilhead | Luss | Port Of Menteith | Rowardennan | St. Fillans | Stirling | Strathyre | Stronachlachar | Tarbet-Arrochar | Thornhill | Tyndrum
Crianlarich (Gaelic) A’ Chron laraich which means "low pass"
Crianlarich is a crossroads town situated at the junction of the two main routes between the Scottish Lowlands and the Highlands.In the 1750s two military roads met here,one from Stirling through Callander and one from Dumbarton along the south shores of Loch Lomond. In the 19th century it became a railway junction of West Highland line which was followed by the arrival of the West Highland Railway from Glasgow in 1894.In the 20th century it became the A82 and A85 meeting point.
From Crianlarich you will see stunning views of the Ben More, Stob Binnein, Cruach Ardrain mountains which are popular with hikers.