With a major award from the NatureScot Green Recovery Fund the Access Trust is improving 3.6km of the route just north of Helensburgh between the Hill House and Glen Fruin. The path which has been under increased pressure over the Covid period is being repaired to a high standard and old signage will be renewed.
Donations from route users were important in helping us secure the funding as it always helps to be able to show public support for a project like this.
Many thanks to NatureScot for supporting our project to make walking or biking the Three Lochs Way an even better experience for both visitors and the community, through the
Greener Scotland

Route over Goukhill Muir reopened

The diversion on the Goukhill Muir section of the TLW between Balloch and Helensburgh no longer applies. The diversion signs will be removed tomorrow, Wednesday 27 July, 2016. … read more

Diversions to route between Arrochar/Tarbet

20160505_133924 Please note that the TLW path between Tarbet Rail Station and the village of Arrochar will remain closed until FEBRUARY 2017.

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Helensburgh's 23rd Hogmanay Ceilidh

Small-ceilidh-balloons This is event is now sold out - sorry to disappoint.

Organised by Helensburgh & District Access Trust, Helensburgh's 23rd Hogmanay Ceilidh will be held on 31st December at Victoria Halls on Sinclair Street. … read more

New Three Lochs Way Link Path

P1050291 The new link path between Arrochar and the Three Lochs Way was formally opened on Saturday 22 August by the CEO of the National Park, Gordon Watson, who praised the work of Helensburgh and District Access Trust in making the path possible before cutting the ribbon to declare the path open. … read more

A Walk on the side

Camis Eskan barn From a newspaper article by HADAT trustee, Norman Rodger - The Ben Bouie circuit from Helensburgh … read more

Scottish Outdoor Access Code

Loch-Long-above-Arrochar As you walk the Three Lochs Way please help the Trust maintain these good relations by always observing the Scottish Outdoor Access Code. … read more

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Helensburgh and District Access TrustThe Three Lochs Way is managed and maintained by the voluntary efforts of members of Helensburgh & District Access Trust which urgently requires funding for improvements to the route. Find out more on how you can help.