Balmaha (Gaelic: Baile Mo Thatha) is a hamlet on the east shore of Loch Lomond in the Council Area Stirling in Scotland. The name comes from the Balmaha Gaelic and means "place of the holy Maha", suggesting the village have ancient origins - perhaps as a hermit dwelling. Today it is a popular tourist destination, especially for the inhabitants of Glasgow, but for hikers of the West Highland Way. Boat trips are possible from Balmaha to the villages Balloch and Luss and the island Inchcailloch. Balmaha is located at the western foot of Conic Hill, and lies on 32.2 kilometers of the West Highland Way. The village has a visitor center for visitors to the Queen Elizabeth Forest Park.