Love Lanarkshire Leisure

As the nights draw in and the party season draws closer, here are some suggestions for to keep you busy whatever the weather. 

biggar and upper clydesdale Museum

If you want to let the kids play out in the street and the weather isn't playing...the museum features an indoor period streetscape. You can dress up, do a bit of shopping and try out working a shift at the telephone exchange.

flip out

Boing Boing Boing, bounce your cares away in the huge trampoline arena, or hone your parkour skills before taking to the streets.

the time capsule

Brave the waves and race on the flumes, you wont run out of things to try, and swimming always works up an appetite.

then what?

Once you have done all that, use our search tool (above) to find more things to see and do in Lanarkshire. Less Travel Time, more time for you.

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Castlecary to Longriggend

Castlecary to Longriggend

An enjoyable cycle route beginning in Castlecary and ending in Longriggend.
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Clyde Walkway

Clyde Walkway

The Clyde Walkway takes you on a 65km/40 mile journey, Glasgow City Centre to the World Heritage Site of New Lanark, through spectacular scenery and many interesting and important sites.
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Clyde Walkway - Strathclyde Park Section

Clyde Walkway - Strathclyde Park Section

40 mile walking and cycling trail that follows the River Clyde from the centre of Glasgow to the Falls of Clyde at New Lanark.
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Crawford, Crawfordjohn and Leadhills Cycle Route

Crawford, Crawfordjohn and Leadhills Cycle Route

Escape the world and take the Crawford, Crawfordjohn and Leadhills cycle route in South Lanarkshire.
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Dalveen Pass to Leadhills

Dalveen Pass to Leadhills

The 'Two Buses' Walk takes you from Dalveen Pass to Leadhills via the Southern Upland Way through the Lowther Hills
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Dalzell Estate & Baron's Haugh Nature Reserve

Dalzell Estate & Baron's Haugh Nature Reserve

Wander through the historic Dalzell Estate and see the varied wildlife of Baron's Haugh
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Douglas Historic Walking Route

Douglas Historic Walking Route

Enjoy a walk through Scotland's history in the historic village of Douglas
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Edinburgh to Glasgow Cycle Route (NCN 75)

Edinburgh to Glasgow Cycle Route (NCN 75)

Families can enjoy a day out cycling part of this route. Alternatively those feeling particularly energetic can attempt the whole route.
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Kilsyth and Colzium Cycle

Kilsyth and Colzium Cycle

Enjoy a relaxing cycle around Kilsyth taking in some wonderful locations including, the Forth & Clyde Canal, Antonine Wall, Dumbreck Marsh and Colzium House Estate.
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Kirkintilloch to the Campsie Hills

Kirkintilloch to the Campsie Hills

The route begins at the car park at Townhead in Kirkintilloch, adjacent to the tow path of the Forth and Clyde Canal, which forms the first 9.7 km of this route.
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Lanark, Tinto and Covington Cycle Route

Lanark, Tinto and Covington Cycle Route

Explore Lanarkshire's iron-working past and the beautiful South Lanarkshire scenery of Lanark, Tinto and Covington.
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Larkhall to Blantyre

Larkhall to Blantyre

Cyclists can now cycle separately from the traffic between Larkhall and Chatelherault Country Park
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