Beinglas farm offers a picturesque location for setting up camp for the night- or just to visit for a couple of hours, with a farm shop, restaurant and beer garden.
Follow for the river for 2km to the Falls of Falloch, which are particularly impressive after a heavy rainfall - something pretty much guaranteed in Scotland all year round!
A visitor attraction in its own right! The legendary Drovers Inn is thought to be 300 years old, and it is said that the likes of Rob Roy Macgregor and Robert Burns have all frequented this historic watering hole in years gone by. So if was good enough for them….
Offering good pub food, live entertainment and fabulous views down the Loch, The Drovers is a perfect place to rest your weary feet after a long day's walking.
(Beware of the Grizzly bear in the Foyer...)
Ardlui is not actually on the West Highland way route, but has a good ferry link to take you to other places on Loch Lomond, and is a good base if you are thinking about climbing the surrounding mountains, or indeed just stopping over for a bite to eat in the Ardlui Hotel.