NCR 74 in South Lanarkshire - linking to Glasgow in the north and to England in the south
Through gentle rolling landscape to the dramatic Fiddler’s Gill gorge
Larkhall to Clyde Walkway – ‘The Monkey Road’
Scotland’s last great private stronghold perched on the Nethan Gorge
Explore the lead mining museum at Wanlockhead and marvel at the skills of the lead miners who dug their shafts to below sea level and excavated miles of tunnels in their search for lead ore and silver.
A taste of this wonderful oak and ash ancient woodland, with the option to explore further. Can be linked with Cartland Criags for longer walk.
Kirkfieldbank along the Clyde Walkway
Orchard country, spectacular wooded gorges and New Lanark UNESCO World Heritage Village
A spectacular gorge in the Clyde Valley Woodlands NNR, which can be easily linked with Cleghorn Glen for a fantastic full day's walking.
Rosebank Circular via Ashgill and Dalserf
Law to Mauldslie Estate Digital Trail
The Picture and Stone's Throw Trails with links to National Cycle Route 74 and the Avon Water.
The Broomhill, Colliery, Doon the Braes, and Growers' Trails with links to National Cycle Route 74, the Clyde Walkway and the River Avon.
The Motte and Bailey, Round the Houses, Close, Biscuit Crumb and Field Edge Trails, with links to the Clyde Walkway.
The Round and About, White'll, Round the Newark, Round the Stanes, and Burnside Trails with links to National Cycle Route 74 and the Avon Water.
Working to establish a lively community museum for the historic market town of Strathaven
Protecting wildlife and restoring ecosystems across Scotland's land and seas.
Interested in protecting the Falls of Clyde and the surrounding landscape
Encouraging the protection and study of historic parks, gardens and designed landscapes
Promotion of healthier lifestyles through physical exercise and improved diet
Encourages the research of genealogy and general interests of Lanarkshire
Investigating, caring for and promoting Scotland’s historic environment.
Promoting Alexander Hamilton Memorial Park in Stonehouse, South Lanarkshire
Sharing photos, stories and memories about Cambusnethan Priory before it is lost forever
Collects and preserves artefacts, photographs and documents relating to the history of the parish of Carluke
A vision to return the mill to a working state with and for the benefit of the Carluke community
Driving forward the delivery of the Central Scotland Green Network
Exploring the rich history of Clydesdale
To research, excavate and protect historic, naturally powered mills in South Lanarkshire
Explore the history of this sleepy and historic village on the south bank of the Douglas Water
Explore the storeys of stories about David Livingstone, famous Scottish explorer and missionary, in this birthplace museum of his life and work
Through historic woodlands and agricultural landscape to Crossford village.
A collection of items illustrating the ancient and varied history of the ancient Royal Burgh.
Explore 14,000 years of rural and small town life in Upper Clydesdale.
One of the first small-town gasworks to open in Scotland – and among the last to close.
Summerlee is the museum of Scottish industrial life and is based around the site of a 19th century ironworks.
Find out what country life was like for people in the past and how this shaped the working farms of today, in this five-star museum.
Formerly Motherwell Heritage Centre, the building is now the main centre for North Lanarkshire’s extensive archives collection.
Built as a tomb and monument to Alexander, 10th Duke of Hamilton, nicknamed ‘El Magnifico’
Low Parks Museum in Hamilton is a 5-star museum under the Visit Scotland grading scheme, situated in the former Low Parks of the Duke of Hamilton's estates.
Fun family days out at historic attractions, adventure activities and beautiful landscapes.
Links and resources from Lanarkshire's first ever natural play conference
Lanark, where Heritage blooms - explore this bustling town & discover historic highlights
Nestled in the Clyde Valley between Rosebank and Garrion Bridge, containing remnants of the designed landscape of Mauldslie Castle.
An important market town in Scotland since medieval times when King David I granted Lanark Royal Burgh status in 1140
Peaceful, ancient woodland with a stunning variety of wildlife
A spectacular viewpoint over the Clyde and Avon Valley with a Bronze Age history