News / Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park
A pilot scheme to tackle litter saw 15 tonnes of waste being collected over the summer.
US secretary of the interior Deb Haaland visits national park to find out about ongoing work to combat climate change.
Six people lost their lives after getting into difficulty in Scottish waters over the weekend.
Gizmo's owner is 'praying' for a sighting to help search dogs find her pet.
A pair of the birds have been seen searching for suitable nest sites at the loch.
Car parks at popular tourist hotspots reached capacity early at the weekend with drivers leaving their cars illegally.
Car parks at popular beauty spots reached capacity early on Saturday with warnings that fines could be handed out.
Visitors have flocked to Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park in search of cold water therapy and the health benefits of nature.
Car parks at popular beauty spots reached capacity early on Saturday and the same happened at locations on Sunday morning.
The Katrine Aqueduct was built in the Victorian era to provide the people of Glasgow with their first proper water supply.
Georgie disappeared while her English owners were on holiday at the Rowardennen campsite in 2008.
Plea from campaigners comes on the 20th anniversary of the National Parks (Scotland) Act.
21 road accidents resulting in injury were recorded between Tyndrum and Lix Toll.
New extension has been approved two years after fire ravaged historic hotel building.