The turf wall was built by the Romans about AD142, as the most northerly frontier of the Roman Empire. It became a World Heritage Site in 2008. Good access is provided from Croy rail station to a stretch of the frontier around Croy & Kilsyth including the fort sites of Croy Hill and Bar Hill with their spectacular views over the Kelvin Valley and Kilsyth Hills.
Here on the road between Strathblane and Killearn an excellent all-year opportunity to visit a typical malt whisky distillery is provided. A range of priced tours, including tasting tours and specially arranged bespoke tours is available. Group visits are especially welcome.
A community of over 40 local businesses all in one fantastic location, with plenty of free customer car parking.