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Absolutely stunning place to visit in good weather. Great views of Campsies, Ben Lomond and the Cobbler with Bens Ime and Vane to the north west and Ben An to the north east. And the airport if you're into plane watching.
A must, but can be busy with dog walkers in the summer months.
The Braes are especially beautiful at night, if you like star gazing. You get a great view of Paisley, Glasgow and beyond.
Roads can be tricky and narrow, so watch your speed,...More
Glennifer Braes is a great place to spend an afternoon exploring. There is the Craigielinn waterfall to see, which is best to see after it has been raining when it is in full flow. There is a woodland walk which is beautiful in Autumn when...More
Great views across the Clyde valley up towards the Trossachs. With Ben Lomond featuring prominently on the horizon. Good road access from Paisley. There are trails to go for gentle walks with free car parking available. The park keepers continually maintain these and can be...More
Went there on Sunday with my 2 dogs. We enjoyed the fresh air and the woods. There is also a small waterfall. Dogs could be let off the leash and be safe, we had a great time,
Very popular with other dog walkers.
Tremendous panoramic view of the Clyde valley from the Robertson car park.On a clear day you can see Arran and Ben Lomond. Great walking opportunities and ideal if you are a photographer , plane spotter or dog walker.
My favourite area is around the two dams that used to supply water for the Glenfield Scouring works. The dams are set in lovely woodland with lots of different paths. It's a great place for dog walking too. You can walk from Barrhead along the...More
There is a place about a mile further on called the pees weep, near Lapwing lodge, I think it is still used by the scouts. I remember seeing someone catch a very large pike there when i was a wee boy. Not sure where you... More
There is a place about a mile further on called the pees weep, near Lapwing lodge, I think it is still used by the scouts. I remember seeing someone catch a very large pike there when i was a wee boy. Not sure where you would get a permit though.