Loch Lubnaig is situated between the mountains Ben Ledi and Ben Vorlich and 3 miles west of Callander. The loch is about 5km long, 44m deep and suitable for fishing. From the North the loch gets fed by River Balvaig and some burns run down to the loch on the sides. In the south Loch Lubnaig gets drained by River Leny. The loch lies in the Strathyre Forest where you can also find a car parking with picnic sites. Situated nearby is Dun Lubnaig Broch. This reconstructed feature shows how people lived 4000 years ago.
Loch Lubnaig is an interesting loch for fishing as you can catch brown trout, salmon, char and perch. Allowed are bank fishing, bait, fly and spinning. Permits are available at Bayne's tackle shop in Callander, the Immervoulin Caravan and Camping Park in Strathyre, the Strathyre post office and the Queen Elizabeth Forest Park Visitor Centre in Aberfoyle. However, fishing for salmon or sea trout is not permitted on Sundays.
Boats can be launched on the east shore along the A84. For £10 you can get a key for the slipway at Baynes tackle shop in Callander. Only boats with outboard engines under 10h.p. are allowed.
In the south-west of Loch Lubnaig is Ben Ledi which is excellent for hill-walking. Other interesting walks in the area are to Glen Sithean, Glen Ample and to Stank Waterfall. For cycling, the National Cycle Route 7 passes Loch Lubnaig and connects many villages and and natural features in the National Park.