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Best autumn walks in Lanarkshire

Whether you’re on the hunt for conkers, searching for breath-taking scenery or simply looking to stretch your legs, Lanarkshire has walking routes for all occasions and abilities.

Stick to your new year resolutions in Lanarkshire

Use our specially crafted guide to fun and impactful ways to keep to your resolution for a healthier, happier and more adventurous 2018.

Dalveen Pass to Leadhills

The 'Two Buses' Walk takes you from Dalveen Pass to Leadhills via the Southern Upland Way through the Lowther Hills

Colzium House and Tomtain

Start: Colzium House, KilsythFinish: Tomtain (453metres) up in the Kilsyth Hills.Transport: Train – Croy 2 miles; Bus stops – Kilsyth 1mile (follow footpath by lade from foot of Tak Ma Doon Road).Refreshment: Café Refresh, 84 Main St, Kilsyth, 01236 827652; The Coachman...

Seven ways to spring off the couch in Lanarkshire

It’s time to wave goodbye to the long wintery nights, as spring has finally sprung. Just a short drive from Glasgow and Edinburgh, Lanarkshire is the perfect spot to get out and smell the daffodils!

Did you know...

Lanarkshire has many worldwide claims to fame, firsts and quirky facts for you to discover. Here are our top ten to get you started.

Feel the love in Lanarkshire

Located in the picturesque Scottish countryside, just an hour’s drive from most major cities, Lanarkshire provides an idyllic setting for a romantic weekend away.

The Antonine Wall and Forth and Clyde Canal

Patrol the Roman Empire's northwest Frontier and experience one of Scotland's World Heritage sites

Accessible locations in Lanarkshire

Whether you’re travelling with infants or grandparents, you can check out our venues in detail before leaving the house.

How to spend your May bank holidays in Lanarkshire

With your weekend boosted by a third, how are you going to spend those precious extra hours of free time? Here at VisitLanarkshire, we’ve got it covered.

Dog friendly places in Lanarkshire

In Lanarkshire, there are plenty of places to enjoy a delicious meal or an overnight stay with your four-legged friend by your side.

Spring has sprung, Lanarkshire is blooming brilliant

From leisurely country walks to water sports, make the most of the changing season with our guide to enjoying spring in Lanarkshire.