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Clackmannanshire Countryside

Discover the countryside of Clackmannanshire on your doorstep or on holiday



Parks & Outdoor Life
Together with the beautiful countryside of Clackmannanshire the area has a wide range of parks, both big and small...

Biodiversity - Clackmannanshire Council
Details the Clackmannanshire Biodiversity Action Plan, Information on Habitats and Species...

Walking in Clackmannanshire
The local council has details of a wide variety of countryside walks...

Stirling and Clackmannanshire - SWT
The Scottish Wildlife Local Group for the area with walks, talks and more...

Clackmannanshire Field Studies Society
Join like minded people for walks and other events and studies.

Stirling, Clackmannan and the Ochils - Walks
General info and numerous walks detailed at WalkHighlands.

Sponsored Listings
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The National Trust for Scotland

A vital conservation charity protecting Scotland's coast, wilderness, wildlife and countryside for the good of all. Funded largely by donations, membership is very affordable, comes with a raft of benefits and supports their work.

Latest News

RSS Loch Lomond and Black Devon Wetlands
  • Winter is coming 2nd October 2020
    The days are starting to markedly draw in and there’s definitely a chill in the air at RSPB Loch Lomond. Misty mornings reveal glistening spider webs and the late rising sun dapples through the multi-coloured autumn leaves. The air tastes fresh...(read more)
  • A Day in February by April Newton 2nd March 2020
    April, our residential volunteer, has been with us here at RSPB Loch Lomond for the last 6 months and has kindly written an evocative account of her adventures on one particularly cold winter's morning! April is now off to Rum for more fun in the...(read more)
  • Loch Shore Link Path at RSPB Scotland Loch Lomond 17th December 2019
    For almost eight years, the RSPB Scotland Loch Lomond team have been managing the 237 hectares of wetland, woodland, fen and meadows that make up the reserve in Gartocharn, to benefit wildlife. We’ve been learning about the mosaic of habitats, ...(read more)
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