Walking, cycling and horse riding

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Walking in Stirling

Stirling is a city where many daily trips are within walking distance, and there is easy and convenient access to attractive open spaces and sites of historic interest. 

The city offers:

  • a good network of existing paths
  • routes of historic and cultural interest
  • a relatively flat environment
  • a pedestrianised City Centre
  • relatively low traffic levels compared to many other urban areas. 

See also:

Walkit.com

Walkit is an urban walking route planner that covers Stirling (including Bannockburn, Cambusbarron, Bridge of Allan and Cambuskenneth). The planner will help you find your best route between A and B or you can ask it to find a route within a radius of a set location if you're looking for a 30 minute lunchtime walk for example. It will also calculate your approximate steps, calories burned, route gradient and will also give you step free routes if you want. It's available online and also comes as an app available from Apple App Store and Google Play.

Stirling Heritage Trails

Stirling Heritage Trails is a community driven project and gives you the chance to explore seven areas of Stirling. Interpretation boards guide you through aspects of local history and stories gathered from local residents.   The website gives you lots of information on the trails and trail leaflets are also available from outlets in Stirling.

Stirling Walking Network

Stirling Walking Network offer a fun and easy way to get fit as well as meet friends. The project is made up of volunteer led walks in local communities from gentle strolls to more strenuous walks so you can increase and maintain your fitness. Find out more information and download the most recent programme to see if it's for you.

 

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