#Discovering Clackmannanshire has just been made easier for 2018 …

 

Lying between the majestic Ochil Hills and the River Forth, Clackmannanshire provides the perfect year-round base to explore the stunning countryside, rich history, medieval castles and tower houses.

In order to make your trip to Clackmannanshire easier, we have created 5 fantastic itineraries with recommendations for places to see and things to do.

 

A Day in Clackmannanshire

Whistle-stop visit and don’t have much time to #Discover Clackmannanshire?  Use our day tour for a action packed tour around our Wee County.  Explore our stunning countryside, rich history, medieval castles and tower houses!  Make sure to have your camera with you because you are going to get some great shots to show your family and friends!

A Day Out Itinerary (leaflet)

 

48 hours in Clackmannanshire

Have you got a bit longer to spend in Clackmannanshire and not sure what to do?  Why not explore and #Discover some of the Wee County’s hidden gems.

Did you know that Gartmorn Dam is at the heart of a 370 acre Country Park and Nature Reserve, perfect for walking and cycling?  Or that we had 6 of the prettiest golf courses that you will ever find?

48H Itinerary (leaflet)

 

Walking in Clackmannanshire

Clackmannanshire offers lots of opportunity for exploring outdoors which is suitable for all ages and abilities. There are many established walks within the glens of the Ochil Hills, along the foot of the Ochils or within Gartmorn Dam Country Park.

For the more intrepid, excellent views are your reward for ascending Dumyat – take a selfie at the cairn and use the #DiscoverClacks on social media and we will share your post!

Or make use of the new boardwalk and raised viewing platform within Black Devon Wetlands and view a mosaic of untouched wet grassland and wet habitats, an important area for large flocks of wintering wading birds and wildfowl.

Walking Itinerary (leaflet)

 

For Families

There is lots for families to see & do in Clackmannanshire and with the Year of Young People 2018 in Scotland, there is no better time to do it!  From exploring the brooding, medieval Castle Campbell to a fun and energetic game of Footgolf at Muckhart Golf Club, our itinerary has it all!

Family Itinerary (leaflet)

 

On Foot

If you do not have a car to explore the Wee County, why not take the train to Alloa Station and follow our trail around Alloa Town Centre?  The highlight of the trail is Alloa Tower!  This bold medieval keep may look forbidding but inside it’s full or art and riches, not to mention a few intriguing tales …

On foot Itinerary (leaflet)