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Tinto Hill Walking Route

One of central Scotland's best walks with a superb viewpoint and the perfect introductioin to hillwalking. Enjoy a fun day in the great outdoors.

New Lanark and the Falls of Clyde Walking Route

New Lanark and the Falls of Clyde, a spectacular river walk. Walk from New Lanark, the UNESCO World Heritage site, and explore the River Clyde’s hidden side.

Strathaven, Sandford and Spectacle E’e falls Walking Route

Essential Information Distance: 3 milesTime: 1 – 2 hoursDifficulty: easy/moderateTerrain: footpaths and meadowStart/finish point: Common Green, StrathavenTransport: Train – East Kilbride railway station 8 miles; Bus – regular services between East Kilbride and Hamilton and StrathavenRefreshment: Strathaven is well served by tearooms,...

The John Muir Way

A fantastic coast to coast walking route that stretches through the heart of Scotland from Helensburgh on the west coast to Dunbar on the east coast.

Mid-summer walking routes in Lanarkshire

Whether you’re looking to enjoy a peaceful stroll or challenge yourself with a hike, check out our recommendations of some of Lanarkshire’s best summer walking routes.

Romantic Walks in Lanarkshire

Feel like the only two people in world by spending time exploring the great outdoors.

The top five dog-friendly walking routes in Lanarkshire

We’ve picked out some of the area’s top dog-friendly walking routes, guaranteed to get those tails wagging.

Four new things to try in Lanarkshire in 2019

From keeping active to learning a new skill, it’s the perfect time of year to embrace change and try something new, and Lanarkshire’s the place to do just that!

Step to it - Best Spring Walks in Lanarkshire

As we wave goodbye to the wintery Scottish weather, why not brighten up your weekend with a walk around the beautiful Lanarkshire countryside. With miles of picturesque routes and even a couple of UNESCO World Heritage Sites, there are few better places...


Forth is a small village in South Lanarkshire with a population of around 3,500 people.

Biggar, Hillridge and Langlees

Explore the rolling farmland of rural Lanarkshire. Wander along country lanes and take in the terrific views of the Southern Upland hills.

Lanarkshire attractions receive multi-million investment

Three Lanarkshire attractions are investing more than £4 million following a series of funding grants.
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