Callander is a popular tourist town situated on the River Teith and commonly known as the “Gateway to the Highlands”. It is on the border of the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park. A Victorian spa town that became popular due to the proximity of The Trossachs and Sir Walter Scott’s works including ‘Lady of the Lake’. The beautiful Bracklinn Falls and River Keltie have mesmerised people for generations.
Travelling from the historic city of Stirling to the south, the town is known as the “Gateway to the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park and the Scottish Highlands”. There are fantastic walks available from the town: The crags with sweeping views over the town and beyond, Bracklinn waterfall, and the National Cycle Network Route 7 that follows the route of the old Callander to Oban railway.