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Walking in East Renfrewshire

There are a range of different walking groups/events available around East Renfrewshire. Ideal for promoting Sustainable travel and healthy lifestyles.

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The Think Green team has pulled together some information about a number of walking events/groups around East Renfrewshire.

Walking in East Renfrewshire

Locally there are some popular groups who are always looking for additional members and volunteers:

Routes in East Renfrewshire

Here are some walking routes for you to enjoy, let us know what you think!

Ramblers Scotland - medal routes

Both East Renfrewshire council and Ramblers Scotland have come up with a series of 'Medal Routes' for you to enjoy!

Whitelee Wind Farm also offers a wide range of routes at different difficulties:

To find out more about walking routes and events, go to the What's on East Renfrewshire web site:

JoWalking festival image 240x159 Displays a larger version of this image in a new browser windowin the Walking Festival 2017

Are you age 50+, want to get back into exercise, meet new people or try something new? Take the first steps by taking part in our Walking Festival from 12 to 16 June.

There's a good range of walks for all abilities from short local routes to more challenging longer walks. Most events are free unless it says otherwise.

Join the Walking Festival 2017

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If you have any information about other events/groups we should know of, or of any alternative walking routes, then please let us know.  Also, if you require any more information then feel free to contact the Think Green team:

Go to our Facebook page and post an image or idea of what outdoor activities you are doing in East Renfrewshire:

Additional sources

  • Ramblers Scotland is Scotland's walking charity working to protect and expand the places people love to walk and promote walking for health and pleasure.
  • Paths for all initiative was established by Scottish Natural Heritage to create local path networks throughout Scotland for the enjoyment of local people.


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