Seems like a silly question, but bear with me, please. As part of my extended trip throughout England and Scotland, I plan a daytrip to Loch Lomond (like this one from Rabbies: https://www.rabbies.com/tours_scotland_edinburgh/stirling_castle_loch_lomond_1_day_tour.asp).
It does list a nature walk, and elsewhere mentions that terrains might be slippery. To those who have taken this or a similar tour: is it easily doable without hiking boots (wearing just regular walking shoes)?
My hiking shoes are ankle-high and take up half my suitcase. There's no way I can wear them on the plane either, and I won't need them for any other excursions, since my trip is this month. Seems very wasteful to pack a single-use item, but on the other hand, I don't want to end up in the hospital with a twisted ankle either.