Central Belt Way is a new long distance route around the Central Belt of Scotland. It is 67 miles long that is full of historic and iconic buildings as well as amazing scenery. Castles, reservoirs, lochs, battle sites and much more to see and learn.
The Central Belt Way is a new circular long distance route around Central Scotland. It is 67 miles (106km) in distance. Starting at the statue of Robert the Bruce in Bannockburn and finishing at the Bruce statue at the historic 13th century Stirling Castle. Immerse yourself as you walk amongst famous historical sites, breathtaking scenery of lochs, reservoirs, waterfalls as well as magnificent hilltop views to the modern and iconic architecture of the tallest head statues in the world ‘The Kelpies’ and the the only rotating boat lift of its kind in the world ‘The Falkirk Wheel’. As you walk along this trail you will learn all about Scotland's history, the Kings and Queens that resided in Stirling, treason, murder and amazing facts about them. A visit to the Wallace Monument and stand where Wallace stood watching the English troops at Stirling Bridge. There is plenty of wildlife to spot along the way, birds of prey, deer and red squirrels and more. There is so much to see, do and learn on this walk.
Hikerseuphoria first long distance walk is the Central Belt Way. A historic, scenic and iconic walk. There are 6 castles, 9 lochs/reservoirs, numerous waterfalls as well as a lot of historic sites and interesting sites. Falkirk Wheel and the Kelpies are also part of this walk. The walk has been developed and planned to bring tourism to Central Scotland and help local businesses along the way. Hopefully, with my local and historical knowledge this walk will encourage more tourists that are wanting to learn about Scottish history and culture whilst walking through amazing scenery.