TWO men have been reported to the procurator fiscal for allegedly breaching camping bye-laws in the National Park.

Police were patrolling the area due to increased numbers of visitors over the bank holiday weekend and officers spoke to two men to advise them that they were within the camping management zone.

Officers confirmed that the pair - a 25-year old from Cumbernauld and a 32-year-old from Glasgow - had not purchased a permit from the National Park Authority which would allow them to camp in the Arrochar area.

The National Park’s camping management zones are now in operation in line with the easing of lockdown restrictions, and permits – at a cost of £3 per tent per night – must be bought from the park authority to allow wild camping.