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The Clyde Walkway is a 65km riverside footpath from the centre of Glasgow to the Falls of Clyde at New Lanark.
The River Clyde and Clyde Valley are recognised worldwide as important industrial, cultural and natural features.
It hasn't been possible to make the route fully mobility accessible. Although part of the route follows a well established right of way, the majority of land over which the path has been constructed is privately owned. Further information on accessibility and the types of terrain can be found at the Sustrans website.
The Clyde Walkway guide - Glasgow City Centre to New Lanark has information on the walkway, along with maps.
Copies of the guide are also available from tourist information centres or by contacting the Countryside and Greenspace Service.