The Clyde - 25 Walks From Source to Sea - Pocket Mountain Books - Braw Wee Emporium

Explore The Clyde as part of a fab series of books published by Pocket Mountain Books available at the Braw Wee Emporium.

From source to sea, the River Clyde passes through some of Southern Scotland's finest scenery. Rising in the shadow of the Lowther Hills, the country's third longest river winds through rolling Lanarkshire farmland and past historic market towns on its way to the fertile Clyde Valley and the former industrial heartland of Scotland before it reaches the city of Glasgow and the Firth of Clyde.

There is no better way to discover the wildlife, architecture and history of this area of Scotland than to walk. Whatever your ability – walking at high or low level, following tough terrain or level paths – the 25 routes in this guide offer something for everyone.

Featured Places

Antonine Wall, Arbory Hill, Avon Gorge, Baron’s Haugh Nature Reserve, Biggar, Bothwell Castle, Cartland Crags Nature Reserve, Chapelgill Hill, Chatelherault, Cleghorn Glen, Clyde Muirshiel Park, Clyde Valley, Clyde Walkway, Corra Castle, Craignethan Castle, Crawford, Crossford, Culter Fell, Culter Hills, Daer Water, Dalzell Estate, David Livingstone Centre, Dumbarton, Dumbarton Rock, Duncolm Hill, Falls of Clyde, Gathersnow Hill, Finnieston Crane, Firth of Clyde, Forth & Clyde Canal, Gare Loch, Glasgow, Glasgow Cathedral, Glasgow Green, Glasgow School of Art, Green Lowther, Greenock Cut, Hamilton, Helensburgh, Hill House, Hudderstone, Kelvin River, Kelvingrove Park, Kilpatrick Hills, Leadhills, Lanark, Lanark Loch, Loch Thom, Lowther Hills, Mouse Water, Nethan Gorge, New Lanark, Old Kilpatrick, Overton, Pacific Quay, People’s Palace, Potrail Water, Quothquan Law, Renfrew, Rhu, Roman Bath House, Southern Upland Way, Strathclyde Country Park, Tewsgill Hill, Thankerton, Tinto, Wanlockhead, Watermeetings
160 pages / 105mm x 148mm