• Clyde and Avon Valley Wildlife Campaign

    Get wild with the #CAVWChallenge in 2017

    Spotting Challenge and 500 Words Competition

  • Digital Museum

    Hidden stories in the landscape

    From history to present day

  • Clyde Walkway Community Links

    Connecting communities with one of 'Scotland's Great Trails'

    Explore one of Scotland's most intriguing landscapes

  • Volunteering, training and learning

    Help conserve the environment and heritage

    Learn something new

  • #MakeYourWay

    Carluke, Glassford, Lanark, Larkhall, Stonehouse

    Discover more using these trails and activities


The Clyde and Avon Valley Landscape Partnership needs YOU to help conserve, enhance and celebrate the unique landscape and cultural heritage of the Clyde and Avon valleys.

About Clyde and Avon Valley

Tucked into the ancient wooded gorge landscapes of the Clyde and Avon Valleys just south of Glasgow and to the west of the central belt, you will find a landscape bursting with an intriguing and unique cultural heritage.

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Guided walks, workshops, volunteering opportunities and a whole lot more - find an activity for you in the Clyde and Avon Valley.

Make Your Way to Chatelherault - From Quarter with Walking ...

Walking sticks, 'Salmons of Knowledge' and more, with Nadia Rossi.

Make Your Way to Chatelherault - Arboreal Exploring

Taking in the landscape to the north of Chatelherault Country ...

‘Rocking’ new landscape exhibition launches

Ancient coal swamps, vast ice sheets and powerful rivers

FREE Spring Forward Walk for children 5+ and their adults

Part of the Make Your Way 'A Celebration of the ...

FREE Arboreal Walk (Drop In Event)

Part of the Make Your Way 'A Celebration of the ...

FREE Symphony For The Land

Part of the Make Your Way 'A Celebration of the ...

FREE The Wassail of Larkhall and Quarter

Part of the Make Your Way 'A Celebration of the ...

FREE The Living Landscape of Chatelherault walk series

Discover an ancient landscape full of secrets

New Year, new you? Volunteer to make a difference in 2018!

Opportunities in the Clyde and Avon Valley

Meet the Romans, Celts and Covenanters on a new trail ...

From Strathclyde Country Park to Baron's Haugh and Dalzell Estate

Glorious Gardens Stakeholder Workshop 3

Stakeholder meeting about the conservation of designed landscapes

FREE Clyde Walkway app launches

65 km of trail opened up to digital users

Do you fly a kite education resource

Go on wind winding wandering journey

Treasured Remains - Historic Kirkyards

The historic kirkyards of the Clyde and Avon Valley

Deadwood supports 'Life in the Cadzow Oaks', Chatelherault Country Park

Get involved to help conserve life in these ancient trees

Do you dorodango education resource

From soil to work of art

Make Your Way Glassford

Round the Yards, Round the White'll, Round the Newark, Round ...

Make Your Way Larkhall

The Broomhill, Colliery, Doon the Braes, and Growers' Trails with ...

The Avon Weirs

Remnants of the river's industrial heritage

Bonnington Pavilion, the 'Hall of Mirrors'

A view of Corra Linn, with a difference

Tourism and Art in the Clyde & Avon Valley

The inspiration for artists and travellers

Shaping the Landscape: Thank the Rocks for the Trains

How geology led to the first local train lines

OutLet: Play Resource

Promoting and supporting Outdoor Play

The valley of the glasshouses

From Hot Houses to Garden Centres

The Orchards of Lanark So Fair

An archaeology of fruit

Shaping the Landscape: Chatelherault and the Avon Gorge

A quintessential part of the area's mining history

Clyde Walkway Community Links officially opened

Aileen Campbell, Minister for Public Health and Sport, opened the ...

Trig Points: The Basis for Modern Mapping

Part of the Mapping the Past trail

Black Hill: More than just a Viewpoint

Part of the Mapping the Past trail

Chatelherault and the French Connection: Following in the Footsteps of ...

The pivotal role that Hamilton plays in the history of ...

Falls of Clyde Historic Trail

A historic guide for tourists, by Lady Geraldine Lockhart Ross

Clyde Walkway Community Links – Nemphlar Moor Road to Braidwood

Through gentle rolling landscape to the dramatic Fiddler’s Gill ...

Tinto Hill

One of Central Scotland’s best loved and most distinctive ...

Make Your Way to Chatelherault - Fabric of the Land

With the Blantyre Cubs, Jenny O'Boyle explored the Millheugh route ...

Volunteer to plant the past at Chatelherault

Green fingered gardening volunteers required

Help conserve the landscape at Chatelherault

Volunteer within the 5 star visitor attraction

Volunteer Journey: Ruth Thomas

From chainsaw training to historic designed landscape research

Make Your Way: Journey Boxes, Stonehouse

Kate McAllan and Martyn McKenzie - artist residency

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