Hill walking and hiking in Greater Glasgow and Loch
Gleniffer Braes Country Park, Glenfield Road, south of
Paisley. 1,300 acres of woodland and moorland with walks
and panoramic views over the Clyde valley.
Finlaystone Estate (A8 near Langbank) - the seat of the
current Chief of the Clan MacMillan, with woodland
walks, formal garden, adventure playground, restored
Victorian kitchen and laundry, plus extensive
exhibitions of dolls, natural history and Celtic art.
Clyde Murshiel Regional Park has two major attractions
in the vicinity:
Lunderston Bay, A770 Gourock - Inverkip Road, beautiful
coastline with gorgeous scenery for walkers.
Cornalees Bridge Centre, by Loch Thom just outside of
Greenock, has woodland, moorland and hillwalks along the
historic Greenock Cut with panoramic views of the
Estuary. Activities include archery, orienteering and
sailing plus excellent wildlife displays at the Visitors
The RSPB Nature Reserve, Lochwinnoch, situated within
Clyde Murshiel is one of the few remaining wetland sites
in the west of Scotland. With a platform & tower, giving
excellent views over the marshland & loch.
Nearby, is the World famous Greenacres Curling Club,
Home of the Olympic Champions! Other activities such as
Trout Fishing, and Clay Pigeon Shooting can be
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