Walk your way to better health by joining one of Active Communities regular Walking Buddies groups!
Castle Semple Visitor Centre and Country Park is the gateway to Clyde Muirshiel Regional Park with wonderful water for outdoor activities plus walks, wildlife and woodlands.
Clyde Muirshiel is Scotland's largest Regional Park - a great place to easily enjoy the outdoors. The Park is just west of Glasgow, south of Greenock, east of Largs and north of Ardrossan!
Situated in the heart of Inverclyde’s historic water catchment area, the Greenock Cut is a scheduled monument with fantastic views and trails.
Based in Renfrewshire the Gryffe Hillwalking Club brings together people who enjoy walking in the Scottish countryside and are keen to meet others with similar interests.
Lunderston Bay, Glasgow's nearest sandy beach, is great for a picnic, making sand castles on the beach, enjoying the sea air, coastal views and walks!
Muirshiel Visitor Centre & Country Park gives easy access to 'great walking in hen harrier countryside' in what was once an impressive Victorian shooting estate!
Paisley Hillwalking Club is one of Scotland's biggest and friendliest outdoor clubs. We've been active since 1983 and attract members of all ages, backgrounds and abilities.
RSPB Lochwinnoch is the best place in the west of Scotland for family fun, wild days out and discovering nature with an excellent RSPB shop, nature centre and visitor trails.
The Auchenback Walking Group meets up every Tuesday at 10am at the Auchenback Resource Centre on Aurs Drive, Barrhead!
Dams to Darnley Country Park covers over 1300 acres of open space between the reservoirs between Barrhead and Newton Mearns, and the village of Darnley!
East Renfrewshire Council HSCP run several walking groups throughout the week perfect for beginners upwards!
East Renfrewshire U3A was launched in 2008 and now has around 400 members. Membership is open to people living in East Renfrewshire and the surrounding areas.
Eastwood Ramblers offer a varied programme of weekend walks to suit all levels and abilities, from city and town walks to coastal paths to woodlands and parks to challenging hills and Munros.
Rouken Glen Park is one of the main tourist attractions within East Renfrewshire and is a fantastic, family friendly, greenspace which hosts a number of events through the year.
The Eaglesham Heritage Trail was the first project to be undertaken by the Eaglesham & Waterfoot Community Development Trust.
Whitelee Stroller Striders started in 2011 and is a popular walking weekly group for expectant and new parents with babies!
Whitelee Windfarm is Europe's largest windfarm and is located on Eaglesham Moor just 20 minutes from Glasgow!
Probably the best kept secret in West Lothian, Almondell & Calderwood Country Park is a 220-acre park and 4 star visitor attraction!
A fabulous Taste, Shop and Explore experience in the heart of East Lothian. We look forward to welcoming you through our doors to experience everything Archerfield Walled Garden has to offer...
Have fun discovering Edinburgh with two self-guided, heritage walks with an optional treasure hunt... buy or instantly download & get curious!
Preston Mill is an architectural oddity that will beguile visitors as much as it delights painters and photographers.
Princes Street Gardens lies at centre of Edinburgh's World Heritage Site, within New Town and Old Town Outstanding Conservation Areas. It is listed in...
Vogrie offers a haven of tranquillity in the heart of Midlothian's countryside.It retains much of its character as a Victorian parkland estate, with sweeping...
With a treasure trove of foodie goodies, homemade Tearoom Treats, a woodland walk to wander, animals to meet and the garden nursery to inspire Ardardan Estate has lots to offer!
Cathkin Braes Country Park covers a large area in the south east of Glasgow and is renowned for panoramic views over the city and beyond!
Glasgow was the first Commonwealth city to have its own Commonwealth Walkway in commemoration of the 2014 Commonwealth Games held there and hailed as a huge success!
Have fun discovering Glasgow with two self-guided, heritage walks with an optional treasure hunt... buy or instantly download & get curious!
Dawsholm Park could well be described as 'the nature lover's park' as there is much of interest to the nature enthusiast here!
Nestled in the heart of Kilmarnock, Dean Castle Country Park is a fantastic free day out for all the family!
Spring, summer, autumn and winter - the beauty of Eglinton Country Park is on your doorstep!
This tranquil woodland, with its majestic ancient oaks and old hawthorn hedges, has been growing on this hillside on the edge of Glasgow for hundreds of years.
Good Move Glasgow run Health Walks right across the city which are suitable for all ages and abilities. They are a great way to take the first steps towards a healthier lifestyle and meet new people!
Linn Park is the second largest park in the city and with its variety of activities combined with its extensive grounds you can be assured of an enjoyable visit no matter the time of the year!
Outdoors For You organise special hiking tours across Scotland which include some of the most spectacular views in the World and range from beginners/leisure to experienced walkers.
Pollok Country Park is Glasgow's largest park and the only Country Park within Glasgow. Its extensive woodlands and gardens provide a quiet sanctuary for both visitors and wildlife.
Robroyston Park Local Nature Reserve has an attractive wild aspect which consists mainly of rough grassland, areas of wetland, a pond and planted trees.
Bringing together 20 sq km of lochs, parks, nature reserves and woodlands between Glasgow and Coatbridge, Seven Lochs Wetland Park offers an exciting range of things to see and do!
Want to do something different on your next date or day out? Download Tramble App, the codebreaking challenge based in and around Glasgow City Centre!
Braedale Hill Local Nature Reserve is situated in Newmains to the north east of Wishaw, a real haven for birds, insects, and animals!
Calderglen Country Park is a four-star tourist attraction based in East Kilbride, South Lanarkshire featuring a Children's Zoo, Tropical Glasshouse, Adventure Play Area and more!
Chatelherault Country Park, a five star visitor attraction under the Visit Scotland grading scheme, has been described as a jewel in the local landscape.
Cumbernauld Glen's ancient woodland is a haven for wildlife and the varied ground vegetation reflects the age of the site. Vast carpets of bluebells flower from May to June.
Located in Rutherglen, across the Clyde from the Commonwealth Games Athletes' Village, Cuningar Loop has transformed 15 hectares of derelict, unused land into an attractive community greenspace!
Dumbreck Marsh Local Nature Reserve, near Kilsyth and Queenzieburn, is an open area of countryside which includes ponds and large areas of grassland.
Walking is a great form of exercise. It is free, most people can do it, you don't need any special equipment and walking has many health benefits!
James Hamilton Heritage Park is a 4 Star Visit Scotland accredited activity centre located in East Kilbride.
If you enjoy walking then come along and join in on our weekly short health walk. Come along meet new friends and have a chat all while seeking the benefits...
Lanark Loch is an ideal fun day out for all the family, there is a selection of activities including fishing, pitch and putt, play area and more to keep everyone entertained!
Explore the 10km network of nature trails and footpaths at Palacerigg Country Park, Cumbernauld!
27 acres of natural woodland in a former quarry. There is now a large pond suitable for canoeing and providing a home to amphibians and insects. Hosted...
The Scottish Wildlife Trust Falls of Clyde and Visitor Centre is nestled in the Clyde Valley and is part of the Clyde Valley Woodlands National Nature Reserve.
Seafar Wood is a relatively young strip of woodland west of Cumbernauld Village.
Thousands of visitors each year enjoy the huge range of activities available at Strathclyde Country Park from sailing to sunbathing, birdwatching to cycling, water ski-ing to watching the world go by!
Located in Central Scotland within easy reach of the major cities and national parks, an activity packed adventure awaits at Auchengillan Outdoor Centre!
Bridge of Allan buggy walk Every Wednesday 10.30am – 11.30am Meet at Airthrey Park Medical Centre, University of Stirling, Hermitage Rd, Stirling.Our...
The Kings Park is one of Stirling's best used recreation areas, historically the park was used as the hunting ground for the Royal Court at Stirling.
Located in beautiful semi-natural and formal landscapes yet only 10 miles from Glasgow city centre, Mugdock Country Park offers an exciting visit to the countryside.
We have a choice of two fantastic guided sightseeing tours of Stirling available:STIRLING OLD TOWN TOURSTIRLING CASTLE & THE SECRETS OF THE OLD TOWN(which...
If you enjoy walking, love the great outdoors and want to enjoy and protect our green spaces then Stirling, Falkirk and District Ramblers is for you.
Equal in size to Glasgow, The Great Trossachs Forest is one of the most significant woodland regeneration projects to take place in the UK for a generation.
With trails suitable for all, tree top adventures, a great café, toilets and plenty of information, this should be your first stop when it comes to exploring...