The emergency services have been called to a beauty spot made famous by the TV series Outlander after a report of a person having fallen.
Roads have been closed on the approach to Finnich Glen near Loch Lomond as police, the fire service, ambulance and a mountain rescue team deal with the incident.
A Police Scotland spokesperson said: “We received a report of concern for a person who had fallen at Finnich Glen, Stirling, around 1.10pm on Sunday, 11 April, 2021.
“Officers are in attendance alongside a mountain rescue team, the fire service and ambulance service.
“The public are asked avoid the area while the incident is ongoing.”
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Emergency services are responding to an incident near The Devil's Pulpit.
Road closures are in place at B834 and A809 - please avoid the area if you can.@lomondtrossachs pic.twitter.com/ClNDKpiZo3
Traffic Scotland said roads closures are in place on the B834 and A809 with motorists asked to avoid the area.
It is estimated around 70,000 people a year visit the glen, known for its 70ft gorge and the Devil’s Pulpit rock.
The site is set for a £2.7million revamp, including a new visitor centre, car park, path network and bridges.