On a beautiful clear sunny day we drove for a a few minutes up the east side of Loch Lomond from Drymen to the pretty Sallochy Bay for exercise in the fresh air..
Sallochy Bay is just a couple of miles past Milarrochy Bay which we visited in the mist and fog.. (see blog)
Sallochy Bay car park and camp site which is on the West Highland Way is run by the forestry commission and is a small well kept peaceful area on the eastern shore of the loch. Across the water the magnificent Luss hills rise out of the water covered in snow at this time of year.
All the way along the route we come across one secluded small bay after another
Sallochy lies on a strata of slate which runs through from the Aberfoyle Slate Quarries across Loch Lomond to Luss on the western shore and beyond. The small slate pebbles make excellent material for skiing stones across the surface of the water. Many happy hours can be spent doing this!