Inverclyde

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The Category Inverclyde is a subset of Renfrewshire. Browse through the Brief Records in the Category or look at the broader Category to find a List of the Titles of all the Entities associated with Inverclyde which have so far been described in this Directory. Clicking on a Title will link you to the Entity's Full Record.

www.geograph.org.uk/article/Greenock-Cemetery

Size (acreage)75
Overview

'Greenock Cemetery was opened in 1846 and was believed to be one of the largest municipal cemeteries in Europe; built on a hill with beautiful views over the town.  A walk through the cemetery tells the story of Greenock with its history of trade and commerce and the people involved.'

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www.inverclyde.gov.uk/tourism-and-visitor-attractions/things-to-see-an...

Overview

The Leaflet originally referenced here - Wild about Walking in Inverclyde - no longer seems to be accessible online.  You could try instead to obtain one or another Leaflet marketed by the Inverclyde Tourist Group.

inverclyderamblers.org.uk

Overview

'Most of our walks are within driving distance of Greenock. Walks include local hills and walkways to Munros all over Scotland. Walks range from easy strolls right through to strenuous mountain walks.'

www.heritageinverclyde.co.uk/projects/project-two

Distance (miles)3
Overview

'Made up of 21 plaques which are situated in pavements across the central area of Greenock, highlighting historic locations in the town as well as famous local people in Greenock’s past, notably James Watt and Abram Lyle.'

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Heritage Inverclyde

inverclyderamblers.org.uk/coastal-path/

Distance (miles)20
Overview

'Provides delightful scenic walks, with views across the Clyde to the Dumbartonshire hills, the Argyllshire hills and the Highlands. It offers around 20 miles of easy walking, with a mixture of rural paths and urban promenades.'

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Inverclyde Ramblers

www.inverclyde.gov.uk/planning-and-the-environment/outdoor-access-in-i...

Overview

'The Core Paths Plan and the paths network in Inverclyde are to encourage people to get out and about, be more physically active, improve their health and rely less on the car. It is about everyday trips to work, school, shops and services, as well as enjoying the outdoors for recreation. The Plan provides a framework of routes which is sufficient, as a whole, to give people reasonable access throughout Inverclyde.'

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Inverclyde Council

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