TWO spooktastic events will launch next month on the bonnie banks of Loch Lomond just in time for Halloween.

The Loch Lomond Faerie Trail will transform itself into a scary version through the Luss woods for the fourth year in a row.

A new storyline and activity booklet will accompany visitors on their adventures while they guide a lost fairy through the spooky woods back to her home at the Enchanted Pumpkin Patch.

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Little ones will navigate past trolls, spiders and ghouls with the help of the Woodland Faeries and friendly creatures to bring her the lost fairy home.

Entry to the Enchanted Pumpkin Patch on Luss Games Field is included in tickets and pumpkins are available to purchase a takeaway hot drink for adults and fruit squash and sweets for the children are also included in all tickets.

Meanwhile, a new Halloween encounter will also open for the first time bringing a brand new interactive. night time experience for those over eight years old.

The live performance experience will see ghoulish characters lead groups of visitors through the haunted woods encountering terrifying live performances with sound and light effects along the way.

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Pumpkin Patch entry will also be included for those at the event, with food and drink will be available to purchase in the Spooky Café.

Events begin from October 1 with tickets for the fairy trail starting at £8 and £15 for the Halloween encounter.

For more information, or to book tickets visit here.