The objection is utterly futile, for there is not a single spire or pinnacle from one end of the Trossachs to the other.
Between this point and Loch Katrine, a mile, are the "Trossachs."
Whatever the guide-books say, it is certainly not the case that the Trossachs were discovered by Scott.
Perhaps no district indeed on the world's surface is so well known (even to those who have never seen it), as the Trossachs.
They were bound on a pleasure-trip for Loch Katrine and the Trossachs.
In the Trossachs, in Scotland, I followed a song thrush about for a long time, attracted by its peculiar song.
A road has been constructed from the Trossachs for nearly six miles along the northern shore.
An old man, who lived near the Trossachs, whom I remember very well, regularly attended with a supply of whisky.
The next morning we went to Callander by train, and there we took a coach for Trossachs.
Miss Wordsworth refers in the text to some work on the Trossachs, from which the words at the head of this note are taken.