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Cardross

With extensive views across the Clyde and northward to the big hills, Cardross's story goes as far back as the days of King Robert the Bruce. Today, though it is better known for its pleasant location, golf course and lovely garden at Geilston House. There's a nature trail round Ardmore Point - so you can brush up on your wading birds. (Of course you know what an oystercatcher looks like. And, yes, that is a shipwreck just offshore.)

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  • Geilston Gardens

    Geilston Gardens are renowned throughout the area for their tranquil beauty and are open to the public from the 1st of April to the 31st October. These gardens are not to be missed by visitors to the ...

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  • Stoneymollan Trail, Balloch

    This well known local walk follows a well used route over the hills linking the Firth of Clyde with Loch Lomondside. An exhilarating walk from Cardross on the Firth of Clyde to Balloch on Loch Lomond...

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