Welcome to Clackmannanshire
Clackmannanshire has many treasures crammed into its compact territory – big skies, ancient architecture, spectacular wildlife and hospitable, down-to-earth people.
Black Devon Wetlands
This short loop takes in the new paths and boardwalks at RSPB Black Devon, as well as a route to the new viewing structure. The majority of the path is packed gravel, with two boardwalks, making it easy and accessible to walk. There are multiple gates throughout the rout
This path is 2.3 km long and the path is gravel, but sometimes mud if there has been heavy rain, a section of the path is slip -proof plastic board walk. There are a couple of small dips on either side but are easily noticeable and avoidable. 2500-2700mm width.
Alloa to Clackmannan
A flat trail from Alloa Tower to Clackmannan Tower through the Black Devon lagoon habitat. The grasslands along this trail provide a home for brown hares, a nationally rare species. They usually live alone, except in the late winter and early spring when small groups gather, leading to boxing shows!
3.5 miles, flat route through wetland along surfaced paths and farm tracks, which can be muddy. Optional steep climb to Clackmannan Tower.