Clyde Walkway

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Start: Glasgow
Distance: 37 miles (60 km)
Grid Ref: NS563656
Climbing: 788 metres
Walk time: 15-22 hours
Days: 1-3

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Summary: The Clyde Walkway runs between Glasgow and New Lanark in South Lanarkshire. It was created as a joint enterprise by the Glasgow City, South Lanarkshire, and North Lanarkshire Councils. Unlike other long distance paths it is close to urban centres with easy access to public transport. The route begins in the bustling heart of the city and ends in a spectacular gorge complete with waterfalls. Its western terminus was once one of the busiest ports in the British Empire and its second city. Its eastern terminus is the New Lanark World Heritage Site, and there are a great number of places of interest to explore along the way. Those interested in very long walks can link the Glasgow end with the West Highland Way by using the Kelvin Walkway to Milngavie. (Source: Walk Highlands)

Useful Links:
South Lanarkshire Council
Walk Highlands
Long Distance Walkers Association

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