Walk 188 – Castle Semple Loch & Parkhill Wood, Lochwinnoch- 3.2 miles

n easy and varied walk taking in cycle track, woodland and gravel paths. This is a figure of 8 route with lots of historical interest and peaceful scenery along the way! To get the most out of your walk, be sure to pop in to the Visitor Centre for a trail guide before setting off. … More Walk 188 – Castle Semple Loch & Parkhill Wood, Lochwinnoch- 3.2 miles

Walk 187 – Lainshaw Woods & the Annick Water, Stewarton – 4.6 miles

A scenic and varied circular walk which follows the Annick Water on it’s journey through Stewarton, as well as taking in some residential areas and quiet roads. You will experience the town’s popular Lainshaw Woods, beautifully maintained by a dedicated volunteer group – Stewarton Woodlands Action Trust. … More Walk 187 – Lainshaw Woods & the Annick Water, Stewarton – 4.6 miles

Walk 185 – Cornish Hill & its Loch – 3.4 miles

A brilliant and fairly easy circular walk from the Stinchar Bridge to the top of Cornish Hill, returning via the secluded and peaceful Cornish Loch. A good path the whole way, boggy in places. Fantastic views on a clear day! Parking at Stinchar Bridge car park, Straiton to Bargrennan Road. No public transport to start … More Walk 185 – Cornish Hill & its Loch – 3.4 miles

Walk 179 – Lattrig from Keswick – 5.8 miles

At 368m (1207ft), Lattrig is one of the lowest fells in the Lake District. However the views from the summit are unrivaled and that’s what makes it such a popular climb. This route takes you steeply uphill through both Lattrig and Bruntholme Woods before an easy ascent to the Viewpoint. Well worn paths and excellent signage leave little chance of taking a wrong turn!  … More Walk 179 – Lattrig from Keswick – 5.8 miles

Walk 178 – Ayr Gorge Woodlands Reserve, Failford – 3.5 miles

Ayr Gorge Woodlands Reserve is the ‘jewel in the crown’ of the Scottish Wildlife Trust Ayrshire. Follow the path of the River Ayr as it flows through a deep red sandstone gorge. This circular / figure-of-eight route takes you around most of the main trails, giving you the opportunity to explore this beautiful ancient woodland including the popular viewpoint at Peden’s Cove. … More Walk 178 – Ayr Gorge Woodlands Reserve, Failford – 3.5 miles

Walk 175 – Kilmaurs Farm Walk – 5.2 miles

This easy walk takes advantage of the country roads around Kilmaurs to form a loop passing several of the village’s largest farms, including High Langmuir, Laigh Langmuir, Knocklandside and Busbie Mains. The final section takes you along the traffic-free NCN73 cycle path and returns to Kilmaurs via the B751/Crosshouse Road. … More Walk 175 – Kilmaurs Farm Walk – 5.2 miles

Walk 174 – Kirstie’s Trail, Barr

Beautifully scenic forestry tracks take you along to Kirstie’s Cairn, a memorial to young local farmer Christopher McTaggart who lost his life there in a blizzard in 1913. An easy walk which can either be 4 or 6 miles return depending on your start point. Instead why not form a loop and experience the famous Fairy Knowe Trail whilst you are there?  Or head up to High Changue on the Devil’s Trail for incredible views down the valley?  … More Walk 174 – Kirstie’s Trail, Barr

Walk 172 – Loch Thom Circular – 5.4 miles

At approx 1.5 miles in length and sitting at 639 ft (195m) above sea level, Loch Thom has provided a water supply to the town of Greenock since 1827! Situated in the Clyde Muirshiel Regional Park, this circular walk let’s you see the loch from every angle. You will pass several ruined farmsteads along the way, one of which was used in the filming of the ‘Shetland’ TV series! Mostly on surfaced roads with the exception of one short section on a grassy, and sometimes boggy footpath.  … More Walk 172 – Loch Thom Circular – 5.4 miles

Walk 169 – Fenwick and the Snowdrop Walk – 4 miles

Starting at Craufurdland Fishery, this route follows a recently created off-road path to Fenwick before using a series of country roads to reach the village’s main street. Roadside pavements lead you back out of Fenwick and into Craufurdland Woods via a suspension bridge. The final section through the woods can be particularly muddy so you may wish to do the walk in reverse to get it out the way first!  … More Walk 169 – Fenwick and the Snowdrop Walk – 4 miles