Walk 117 – Cleughearn Forestry Walk, Whitelee Windfarm – 2.9 miles

A pleasant walk around one of the quieter areas of forestry within the UK’s largest onshore windfarm. Starting at the parking area just off Ardochrig Road (near Strathaven), you soon find yourself on a mossy track through the trees. In this area it is possible to spot jay, bullfinch, merlin, peregrine, roe deer, and occasionally goldeneye ducks on the ponds! … More Walk 117 – Cleughearn Forestry Walk, Whitelee Windfarm – 2.9 miles

Walk 90 – The Falls of Clyde, New Lanark – 3.7 miles

Best experienced after a period of sustained rainfall, this section of the River Clyde is pretty spectacular. Starting in the historical village of New Lanark, the track forms the last section of the Clyde Walkway and is basically a woodland walk with viewpoints to the waterfalls along the river. The Falls of Clyde are formed of Bonnington Linn, Corra Linn, Dundaff Linn, and Stonebyres Linn. … More Walk 90 – The Falls of Clyde, New Lanark – 3.7 miles

Walk 83 -Traverse of Whitelee Windfarm: Ardochrig to Visitor Centre – 15.3 miles

This route shows off the scale and diversity of Whitelee, the UK’s largest onshore windfarm. It crosses from one side of the site to the other, passing through it’s less visited areas, many of which are rich in forestry. You will stand on the highest point in East Renfrewshire (Corse Hill), visit a WWII hurricane crash site, pass an active quarry, and even visit a memorial enclosure! Keep a lookout for dragonflies, small birds, woodland mammals and birds of prey. … More Walk 83 -Traverse of Whitelee Windfarm: Ardochrig to Visitor Centre – 15.3 miles

Walk 54 – Glengavel Reservoir to Darvel – 10 miles

This walk begins at the tranquil and picturesque Glengavel Reservoir and goes via Bankend Rig Windfarm to end near Randoldcoup Bridge in Darvel. It is a challenging walk mainly due to the distance covered but as the landscape is so varied there is lots to keep you entertained. The terrain ranges from no path at all to quiet country roads. You will be rewarded with views across to Loudoun Hill, Whitelee Windfarm and Isle of Arran on a clear day. You will also cross over the humble beginnings of the Avon Water which runs into the River Clyde when it eventually reaches Hamilton! … More Walk 54 – Glengavel Reservoir to Darvel – 10 miles

Walk 7 – James Hamilton Heritage Park – 0.7 miles

A lovely short walk around the lake at James Hamilton Heritage Park, East Kilbride, with an excellent path. It is also pretty safe for kids thanks to the large boulders which have been placed all around the lake acting as a barrier and preventing anyone from getting too close to the water. There are plenty of benches all around and a lovely cafe. … More Walk 7 – James Hamilton Heritage Park – 0.7 miles