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Crianlarich is a village in Stirlingshire, about 6 miles north-east of Loch Lomond with a population of less than 200.

Get in

  • Crianlarich is the meeting point of the major A82 and A85 roads, hence the reason it is seen as a primary destination in Scotland.
  • The village is served by Crianlarich Railway Station on the West Highland Line and services are operated by First Scotrail. The line diverges west to Oban and north to Fort William and Mallaig after the station.

Get around

  • Walk, cycle or use a car.



Crianlarich is located around half way along the famous West Highland Way so if you are a keen walker then you won't get bored!






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