Explore East Ren

Find out about our top walking routes in East Renfrewshire

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Harelaw Dam, Long Loch and James's Hill

Explore great views over lochs and dams, in the countryside above Neilston

Levern Walkway and Cowan Park

The Levern Walkway connects Barrhead's greenspaces while following the course of the Levern Water. The route can be extended into Cowan Park

Busby Glen

Explore this hidden gem in Busby, a great place for a short stroll

Greenbank Garden

Enjoy an urban oasis with woodland walks and beautiful plants in all seasons

Fereneze Braes

Take in stunning views across to Neilston Pad and The Craigie and enjoy the beautiful woodland trail in Killoch Glen

Eaglesham and Picketlaw reservoir

Take a short stroll through the Orry in the charming village of Eaglesham with the option of a longer walk to Picketlaw reservoir

Duncarnock Fort (The Craigie)

Enjoy a historical walk through Neilston and Barrhead which goes back to prehistoric times

The Glen Walks, Rouken Glen Park

Discover the Glen Walks beyond the main paths in park

Neilston Pad

Take in views extending Ben Lomond and Arran

Whitelee wind farm

Explore Whitelee's large network of paths and tracks - extending to over 130km

Capelrig Way, Newton Mearns

Enjoy an abundance of wildlife along this dedicated walking and cycling path

Pollick Glen

A delightful woodland walk along the banks of the glen

Dams to Darnley Country Park - Reservoir tour

This scenic route travels along waymarked tracks through the Country Park and alongside the reservoirs of Balgray, Ryat Linn and Waulkmill Glen