Roughly coinciding with the course of the River Clyde, the historic inland county of Lanarkshire stretches from the rolling Lowther Hills bordering Dumfriesshire to the southern edge of Glasgow, and extends north and east beyond the remarkable Antonine Wall, the Roman Empire’s most northerly frontier.

The county is also home to the unique 18th-century mill village of New Lanark, once powered by the thundering Falls of Clyde, as well as wonderfully remote hillcountry, densely wooded river gorges, peaceful lochs, magnificent parkland and vibrant nature reserves, all offering great opportunities for walkers of all abilities.

96 pages / 105mm x 148mm

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