Glarut one
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This is a Slow Ways route connecting Glasgow and Rutherglen.

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Grid Ref NS5873965347
Lat / Lon 55.86055° / -4.25855°
Easting / Northing 258,739E / 665,348N
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Grid Ref NS6145361693
Lat / Lon 55.82852° / -4.21336°
Easting / Northing 261,453E / 661,693N
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Glarut One's land is

Green urban 29.3%
Urban 66.6%
Water 4.1%

Data: Corine Land Cover (CLC) 2018


Anne Collard

28 Aug 2023 Summer

This walk has some lovely sections beside the Clyde and through Glasgow Green. Easy to access and straightforward to navigate.

Lynsey F.

10 Apr 2022 Spring

I live in Rutherglen and quite often walk into Glasgow and this is the main route I would use. There is a small stretch of path along the riverside beside the Police Scotland building that is having work done on it, but this is easily detoured by using the road bridge instead of the Shawfield footbridge and using the path on the other side of the river (April '22). This is a nice route when you are following the Clyde walkway. It is also the main cycle route.

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