I woke up on Sunday hangover free and full of good intentions, Scotland’s weather forecast, however, did not…
The plan was to climb a Munro, just past Arrochar, but driving up there, realised the Scottish weather was going to get the better of me, it was blowing a hooley with low clouds and drizzly rain so instead opted for a ‘short walk with a view point‘.
Honeymoon Bridge has become a well known spot for it’s car parking facilities, lunch spot, remote picturesque views but more famously a car crash in the 1950’s.
Starting off at the rear of the car park, heading up through some forestry, along a beaten road you soon emerge to see views over looking the loch, and over to Ben Lomond.
It was a fairly busy route with lots of families and puppers to ‘aww‘ and play with. After taking in the view, you’re back through some more eerie forestry. There are quite a few path options along the way, I followed the route up and off path which became pretty steep and boggy after a while.
Having not been hiking in a while, this one definitely loosened the hips. It reminded me a lot of Dun Na Cuaiche – perfect for beginners. Once you’re up and out, the views are gorgeous! You have the option to continue climbing up but I’d had enough of being mauled by ticks.
I think this is a great little route for a Sunday stroll, especially that you’re protected in amoung the trees when the weathers rubbish, luckily by the time I reached the top the rain had gone off for a little bit – perfect photo opp.
Plus, there’s plenty of great restaurants near-by for some hot food and a drink when you’re finished!
Keep up with all my adventures – @abonnietravelersinsideguide.
2 thoughts on “Honeymoon Bridge”
Love how natural the hills and walkpaths are, even on a gloomy day! Thanks for sharing 🙂
Johnny | Johnny’s Traventures
Stunning photographs, Scotland is really beautiful. 🙂
LikeLiked by 1 person