The Thomas Muir Heritage Trail
The Thomas Muir Heritage Trail is 18km in length from Clachan of Campsie to Huntershill, Bishopbriggs and offers visitors a great walking or cycling experience. The route itself stretches through some of East Dunbartonshire’s most attractive landscapes, and towns and villages that have a direct link to the Thomas Muir story as interpreted by built heritage along the way. Regular way markers allow the trail to be navigated in full or in part and from either direction.
The historic town of Kirkintilloch offers a natural halfway point along the route or an alternative start/finish location for those wishing a shorter experience. Most of the route is on established off-road rural and urban paths, the terrain is level and suitable for all ages whether on foot or bicycle. For more information on the history of Thomas Muir click here: http://thomasmuir.co.uk/heritage-trail.html
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 7-10 days to walk and about half that by bike.
View the route map. – or for more information click here: http://johnmuirway.org/
West Highland Way
The 154Km (96miles) Route starts at Milngavie passes through Mugdock Country Park follows the shores of Loch Lomond, passing Ben Lomond, through Glen Falloch and Strathfillan, crossing Rannoch Moor, past Buachaille Etive Mor to the head of Glencoe, climbing the Devil’s Staircase, descending to the Loch Leven before entering Lairigmor and Glen Nevis and finishes at Gordon Square in Fort William.