Walk 42 – Burn Anne, Galston – 5.3 miles

A well-known local walk, following Burn Anne through woodland before heading out into more open space and uphill through a new tree plantation, returning via quiet country roads. On a clear day you will be rewarded with views down into the villages below and across to Isle of Arran and Ben Lomond. … More Walk 42 – Burn Anne, Galston – 5.3 miles

Walk 34 – Loudoun Hill

At just 361m elevation, the volcanic plug of Loudoun Hill near Darvel, East Ayrshire is where Robert the Bruce had his first major military victory.  It is reputed that in 1307 he led an army against the English in a battle which took place beneath the hill.  Despite being small, it’s steep slopes certainly pack a punch and on a clear day the views from the top make it a must-do in the area. A favourite with children and adults alike! There are two route options that I know of and both are described below.  … More Walk 34 – Loudoun Hill

Walk 15 – Galston 2.3 miles

This is a really nice walk out into the countryside behind Galston and on a nice day you will be rewarded with beautiful views across to the Isle of Arran and down onto Galston village. Concrete roads all the way makes it ideal for the buggy. The walk passes Barr Castle, the head office of Grants Foods and Galston cemetery. It also follows Burn Anne for a short distance. … More Walk 15 – Galston 2.3 miles