East Dunbartonshire Tourism Partnership

Walking

Seven Walks Around The Campsies

Why not put your best food forward? Make great strides to the great outdoors and experience one or all of the scenic walks around The Campsies.

10 Walking & Cycling Routes

The routewise way to feel better, look better & live longer.

Cultural Trail

As you make your way through Campsie Glen, you are
walking through more than 800 years of human history.

Heritage Paths

The project recently ended its first three year project to identify historic paths, research and promote them and this website is the principal fruit of that project.

Antonine Walks

North Lanarkshire Council’s Antonine Walks guide.

Walk Highlands

A very short and popular walk into the Campsie Glen with the option to extend it to include a steep climb and waterfall walk. Refreshments, toilets and bike hire at start.

Walk Mag

Guide to walking the Campsies.

Walking the Forth & Clyde Canal

Whether you are a looking for a pleasant place for a short stroll, a more energetic walk or even a long distance challenge, the Forth & Clyde canal path offers a great choice of canal walks.

Ramblers Routes

A series of rambler’s routes from short to long.

Scottish Waterways Trust Walks

Leaflets are available for the Forth & Clyde canal in West Dunbartonshire, Glasgow, North Lanarkshire, and Auchinstarry, and also for the Monkland Canal in North Lanarkshire.

Thomas Muir Trail

The Heritage Trail is 18km in length from Clachan of Campsie, Lennoxtown to Huntershill, Bishopbriggs and offers visitors a great walking or cycling experience.

West Highland Way

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John Muir Way

The John Muir Way stretches 134 miles or 215 km across Scotland’s heartland, running between Helensburgh in the west through to Dunbar on the east coast and Muir’s birthplace.

It’ll take you 9-11 days to walk and about half that by bike.

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