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Walks in Clackmannanshire

Walks in Clackmannanshire

In Clackmannanshire, we are lucky to have some of the best walking country in Scotland, right on our doorstep.

With so much focus on healthy living, good diet and exercise, walking is the most convenient way of keeping fit there is.

Ranger Events and Walks

You can visit our page detailing events and walks which covers:

  • Family events including pond dipping and an opportunity to camp out
  • Biodiversity walks giving information on where to see the best of our wildlife
  • Walks providing a fun, easy way to get and stay in shape
  • Work days which provide an opportunity for people to give something back to the local environment as well as meeting other people

The events are also listed in the ClacksWeb Events Diary.

Sign up for our mailing lists to receive notification when the walks become available on the site.

Walking groups

You can find information on local walking groups by using the links below:

Right to Roam

Everyone now has the legal right to responsible access, and there is a duty on landowners to provide access to and across their land - giving people more freedom to enjoy the countryside.

In return for these new rights, the public must act responsibly and be aware of their impact on the environment and the livelihood of those who live and work on the land.

More information can be found in our Outdoor Access section.

Photo Trails

Phototrails provide detailed accessibility information for trails throughout the UK, including some trails in Clackmannanshire. Each Phototrail combines photos of potential hazards and of the trail surface, and provides information on gradient, facilities etc so you can ensure the trail is suitable for you before you go.

Details of the Phototrails in Clackmannanshire can be found on the Phototrails website.

Be Responsible

The outdoors is where land managers make a living. It is the home of Scotland’s diverse wildlife and is enjoyed by the many people who live there and visit it.

See the Scottish Outdoor Access Code for advice on how to use our countryside responsibly.

Related Publications & Documents

For Further Information Contact

Countryside Rangers
Kilncraigs, Greenside Street, Alloa, FK10 1EB
Tel: 01259 450000