Those visiting Loch Lomond will now have a new vantage point to admire the bonnie banks from.
The Inveruglas view point, which is an eight meter high pyramid-shaped structure, opened to the public today and offers spectacular views of the surrounding nature.
The wooden building includes binoculars and different points where the public can gaze at the glorious Scottish scenes from.
It was opened by Scottish Rural affairs minister, Richard Lochhead and is part of the Scottish Scenic Routes Initiative.
Its Gaelic name is ‘An Ceann Mor’, which means ‘large headland’ in English.