Local Area & Activities
Loch Lomond Cycle Path
West Dunbartonshire offers many interesting places to visit on foot or bicycle. The Loch Lomond Cycle Path links a whole network of different routes.
You can take a gentle stroll along any section of the path with its wonderful wildlife and sites of historical interest. Routes branch off to the Saltings Ecology Park, under the Erskine Bridge, Lusset Glen, or even over the river to Renfrew or Erskine. The path also leads to the foreshore at Dumbarton and on to Balloch Country Park.
View route: Balloch to Glasgow
Leven Grove Park
Perfectly situated on the shores of the River Clyde and overlooked by Dumbarton Castle this stunning open park has an array of beautiful flowers and magnificent trees. Whether you are looking for a pleasant stroll or a space to run. Also contains the ruins of the Old Parish Church and burial place of the Dixon Family. Enjoy the Children's play area, putting green, crazy golf, bowling green and tennis courts.
Getting to Leven Grove Park
Overlooking the loch, Balloch park is a beautiful setting for walking or cycling. Whether you take a stroll through the walled gardens or relax by the waters edge, Balloch park has a huge area to explore.
website: Balloch Park
Balmaha Forest & Conic Hill Walks
Enjoy a Gentle forest walk behind Balmaha, or climb Conic Hill for great views.
David Marshal Lodge Visitor Centre
Tel: 07877 382258
West Highland Way
This walk links Milngavie which is just outside Glasgow with Fort William 95 miles north and passes through Rowardennan