Walk 151 – Kelvin Walkway, Glasgow – 10.5 miles

This 10 mile route between Milngavie and Partick feels surprisingly rural when walked from North to South, with the hustle and bustle of the city becoming more apparent the further along you go. Rather poorly way-marked for the first half, signage is then very easy to follow for the remainder of the route down to the Riverside Museum, where the Kelvin meets the Clyde. Expect a mixture of earth paths, pavements, cycle tracks and some mud!¬† … More Walk 151 – Kelvin Walkway, Glasgow – 10.5 miles

Walk 111 – The White Cart Walkway, Glasgow – 7.7 miles

The White Cart Way is a fully way-marked urban walk in Glasgow’s South side. Starting at Pollok House it follows the White Cart Water as it winds it’s way through the city. The official walk ends at Holmwood House, 4 miles away. The route described below then forms a loop back to the start via a combination of residential streets, Newlands Park and a scenic countryside track on the edge of Pollok Golf Course. The majority of the White Cart Way is on pavements however towards the end there are some steps to be aware of and if you choose to follow the suggested return route be prepared for a muddy section at the end! … More Walk 111 – The White Cart Walkway, Glasgow – 7.7 miles

Walk 103 – Pollok Country Park, Glasgow – 2.6 miles

Home to one of Scotland’s grandest Edwardian country homes, Pollok House, and also to the world famous Burrell Collection, Pollok Country Park is the largest park in Glasgow. This circular walk takes you past both of these attractions, as well as through quiet woodlands and gardens, along the White Cart Water, through the Old Stable Courtyard, past the kids play area, and also visits the quirky Hobbit Village. Something for everyone! … More Walk 103 – Pollok Country Park, Glasgow – 2.6 miles