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Area: Ayrshire

'Ayrshire is managed by three local authorities: North Ayrshire Council, East Ayrshire Council and South Ayrshire Council. Together with Scottish Enterprise Ayrshire and Scottish Natural Heritage t ...
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Category Ayrshire

'East Ayrshire is renowned for its rich social heritage. It features dramatic and powerful scenery such as Loudoun Hill and the hills of Loch Doon. It is an excellent place for exploring historic g ...
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Category East Ayrshire

'Three areas within the old boundaries of the old Eglinton estate have become nature reserves, first developed by Irvine Development Corporation (IDC), but now owned and managed by the Scottish Wil ...
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Category North Ayrshire

'There are also a series of well-established walks around North Ayrshire: 1. Irvine and Kilwinning New Town Trail ... 2. Walking and Cycling in the Three Towns ... 3. Largs Walks ... 4. Dalry Walks ...
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Category North Ayrshire

Seven Walking Groups are listed: [1] Walking (Group 1) - - - : [2] Walking (Hill Walks 1) - - - : [3] Walking (Hill and Mountain Walking) - - - : [4] Walking (Lower Hill Walk) - - - : [5] Walking ( ...
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Category South Ayrshire

Two Walking Groups listed: [1] Hill Walking - - - : [2] Short Walks Group


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Category North Ayrshire

'The Estate of Rozelle is a beautiful estate that was gifted to the public in 1968 by Commander J. Hamilton, on the understanding that it be utilised for cultural and recreational pursuits only.'.< ...
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Category South Ayrshire

'Walk the Ayrshire land which Scotland's National Bard Robert Burns called home or discover the Isle of Arran, often referred to as "Scotland in Miniature" due to its highland and lowland ...
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Category Ayrshire

'The Ayrshire Coastal Path is now a key link in IAT Scotland, the Scottish "chapter" of the International Appalachian Trail (Europe) which was launched in October 2011. We are also very pl ...
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Category South Ayrshire

'We have constructed a number of new bridges that ensure visitors can cross the Estate Burn at regular opportunities. We have also restored the magnificent Category A listed Avenue Bridge which con ...
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Category East Ayrshire

'Situated in rural Ayrshire, against a spectacular coastal backdrop, Dundonald Castle is a monument which stands as testimony, not only to the origins of the Royal Stewart dynasty, but also to the ...
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Category South Ayrshire

'The trail was researched and pulled together by local-born physics teacher Graham Boyd with help from his colleagues and Kilmarnock and District History Group. Originally aimed a ...
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Category East Ayrshire

'There are four guides ... detailing routes you may take: [1] Pencil Walk  (1.25 miles - Gentle) - - - : [2] Douglas Park and Castle Hill (3 miles - Medium) - - - : [3] Brisba ...
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Category North Ayrshire

Details of seven Heritage Trails: [1] Ardrossan Castle and intrigues - - - : [2] Cumbrae Explore Cumbrae - - -  :  [3] Irvine Explore a medieval New Town - - - : [4] ...
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Category North Ayrshire

'The River Ayr Way is Scotland’s first source to sea path network. It covers a distance of 44 miles following the river Ayr from its source at Glenbuck Loch to the sea at Ayr. The route pa ...
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Category East Ayrshire

Link to the Council's 'Walking and Cycling' web page.


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Category South Ayrshire

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