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We heard about the Gruffalo Trail and decided to take our daughter. The trail wasn't as good as folk made out, the trail can be over in just under a minute if you go down the wrong way to start as there wasn't any pointers...More
Came here today as heard it was a Gruffalo Trail. It is not. It is a beautiful little trail around a Loch that ends with a couple of wooden carvings of Gruffalo theme. Saying that, we were not at all disappointed. We enjoyed a lovely...More
Kilmardinny Loch is a popular site with locals and visitors alike. It is a pleasantly open expanse of water with park area surrounding it. Recent changes are sculptures carved from fallen trees. These are lovely and really novel. The most popular is The Gruffallo, loved...More
A pretty small loch in Bearsden (suburb just north of Glasgow) which you can walk round in about 20 mins at a gentle stroll. Many different plants, birds and other wildlife to see and the area is well maintained by local volunteers. Has recently benefitted...More
Having gown up in the area, it was lovely to return with grandsons to seek out Gruffalo and other carvings. Well maintained paths and great play park at end of Stockiemuir Ave.Many happy memories of this loch and I hope it remains for many years...More
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old question but thought I would answer this. sadly no bus goes directly to it. you can get the 60 from Glasgow or 10 both first buses and get off near the burnbrae pub and walk up. it's up hill and about 5 or so minutes... More
old question but thought I would answer this. sadly no bus goes directly to it. you can get the 60 from Glasgow or 10 both first buses and get off near the burnbrae pub and walk up. it's up hill and about 5 or so minutes walk so can be tough on little legs.