Spring has Sprung

Whats that bright yellow thing in the sky? Its the sun! We are really glad to see it again, shining over Lanarkshire. If you need some inspiration for things to do, why not try one of our itineraries, or one of the walks suggested below.

Antonine Wall

It’s been around since 142AD and you can still see the remains of this fortress which was the northernmost frontier of the Roman Empire. One of the six world heritage sites in Scotland and an off the beaten track destination. Click here for walking route details. 

Bothwell Castle

Head for the beautiful ruin of Bothwell Castle, managed by Historic Environment Scotland and you can access the Clyde Walkway. This route follows the river Clyde from Partick in Glasgow to New Lanark World heritage site (another one!) You can walk for as long as you like and you can't get lost following the river. Click here for walking route details. (Cambuslang Bridge to Strathclyde Country Park section).

Cuningar Loop

This new park in Rutherglen has transformed 15 hectares of derelict land into a city park with sculptures, bouldering and woodland trails. A legacy project of the 2014 Commonwealth games, you can follow the park through to the new pedestrian and cycle bridge to the Athletes village residential area.  

Don't stop there!

When you have done all these walks, use our search tool (above) to find more things to see and do in Lanarkshire. Spend less time in the car travelling and more time on foot.

Drumpellier Country Park

Drumpellier Country Park

Take a walk round the park and peace garden then relax in the 4 star visitor centre and cafe located at the Coatbridge entrance of the park.
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Drumpellier Golf Club

Drumpellier Golf Club

Enjoy a round of golf at one of Lanarkshire's most popular golf courses.
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Dullatur Golf Club

Dullatur Golf Club

Overlooking the Kilsyth Hills and Campsie Fells, Dullatur Golf club has two 18 hole courses as well as a range of facilities.
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Dumbreck Marsh

Dumbreck Marsh

Discover Dumbreck Marsh Local Nature Reserve, near Kilsyth, Lanarkshire.
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East Kilbride Angling Club

East Kilbride Angling Club

The East Kilbride Angling Club has been in existence since 1961, fishing the River Calder which flows through the beautiful Calderglen Country Park.
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East Kilbride Arts Centre

East Kilbride Arts Centre

The Arts centre was established in 1994 as East Kilbride's artistic hub. The building contains a studio theatre, a gallery space and a cafe and hosts many events and exhibitions.
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East Kilbride Golf Club

East Kilbride Golf Club

With its 18 holes East Kilbride is an interesting course with variable topography and some testing greens.
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EK, East Kilbride

EK, East Kilbride

EK, East Kilbride has over 180 of the most exciting retail, leisure and catering outlets within its mile of malls, in an undercover shopping centre, open 7 days of the week.
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East Kilbride Sports Council Awards Night

East Kilbride Village Theatre
Awards evening recognising sport talent from all ages in the East Kilbride area, compered by Cliff Smith and music provided by Calderglen High School Jazz Band.
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East Kilbride Village Theatre

East Kilbride Village Theatre

East Kilbride Village Theatre is situated in East Kilbride. The varied programme of shows caters for a wide range of tastes.
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Easter Sunday Old Skool Anthems

30s & Sugar
It wouldn't be Easter Sunday at 30s without a night of old skool anthems so get your glowsticks and uv paint looked out as we go back in time!
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Eden Leisure Village

Eden Leisure Village

Eden Leisure Village offers off-road karting, zorbing, archery, mini highland games, nerf wars and more...
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