Clyde Muirshiel Regional Park covers an area of 265sq km and offers fantastic opportunites to experience a variety of landscapes. Go on... explore!
This circular route 12.5km trail follows scenic loch shore paths, tranquil woodland trails, the cycle track, quiet country roads and pavements.
This walk is a 4km circular walk starting at Castle Semple through Parkhill Wood.
Enjoy the fine views to the Arrochar Alps, Ben Lomond and the Clyde Valley through mixed woodland.
The historical Kelly Cut transported water to Loch Thom. Enjoy this circular route alongside the aqueduct then return through Leapmoor Forest.
A linear route from Drumfrochar train station in Greenock to Wemyss Bay train station along the Greenock and Kelly Cut.
This walk is a 12km circular walk giving panoramic views of the Garnock valley and the coastal towns of Irvine and Troon.
Enjoy this looped walk over Corlic Hill and around the Gryffe reservoir, looking out for historical remains such as round houses and abandoned farmsteads.
Take a walk over Renfrewshire’s highest hill and enjoy the rough heather moorland on this circular walk.
Experience the open moorland landscape on these hilltops and find the airplane wreckage that still remains on Irish Law.
Look out for the old cup and ring markings and old millstone quarry on the slopes above Fairlie.
From the Greenock Cut Visitor Centre, combine a little bit of the Greenock and Kelly Cuts, woodland glen and board walk with fine views of the Cowal peninsula and the Firth of Clyde. Steps involved!
A short steep grassy climb from the Greenock Cut Visitor Centre for hilltop vistas over the Firth of Clyde.