Discover the Clyde Sea Lochs via Geocaching and New Information Panels
This Spring sees the profile of the Clyde Sea Lochs Trail raised with newly refurbished information panels, offering fascinating insight and new illustrations – and a brand new geocaching element just made the journey a whole lot fun!
Linking a necklace of coastal communities fringing the south western edge of the National Park, the trail leads you on a fascinating and scenic journey of discovery.
Featuring new panoramic and wildlife illustrations of every site, each panel is packed with information about the Clyde Sea Lochs, their origins, scenery, wildlife and communities.
There are 9 panels for you to discover and each one is sited at a point of interest or stunning viewpoint. These can be found at:
Ardmore Point (car park); Denny Tank, Dumbarton; Helensburgh; Gareloch A817; Whistlefield; Arrochar; Clynder; Kilcreggan and Cove.
All panels are easily accessible from the road, and have good car parking nearby. See the red shields on the map for panel locations.
For the more active, with more than 35 miles of dedicated cycle ways and/or quiet roads, the Sea Lochs Trail makes for an ideal cycling tour.
Many of the panels have information about walking routes nearby and for geocaching enthusiasts there is a brand new set of themed around the Clyde Sea Lochs Trail.
Check out the map for full details of the trail and geocaching information.
Now geocaches help you discover the Clyde Sea Lochs.
The trail is easy to follow – just look out for the Clyde Sea lochs Trail logo!