The Campsies (Campie Fells)

  • The CampsiesFirst foot forward to the Great Outdoors
  • Cairn
  • Enjoy the rugged terrain
  • Cool waters of the Glazert
  • Climbing great heights
  • leisurely stroll along the Strathkelvin Railway Walkway
  • Crow Road Carpark sunset view
  • Peace and Tranquility on the canal bank
  • Local stables nearby
  • Walking sections of the Thomas Muir and John Muir Trails
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Explore the Campsies
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Places To Visit
Experience The Campsies

There are numerous visitor attractions within The Campsies. From historic buildings such as Culcreuch Castle to the Glengoyne Distillery.



The Campsies can provide inspiration for a whole range of separate interests and studies.


For the latest forecast and responsible use of the outdoors click links below.

Scottish Outdoor Access Code Mountain Weather Information Service Met Office Weather

Places to Stay, Eat & Drink
A Unique History

We have an ever increasing list of quality places to eat and drink around The Campsies. From snacks to fine dining there's something for everyone.



The Gargunnock Hills, Fintry Hills, Kilsyth Hills and Campsie Fells were formed by volcanic intrusion through the existing mudstone and limestone beds.


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