Monday, 30 July 2018

Visit to Claypits Local Nature Reserve

On several occasions in the last month, I have visited the local nature reserve known as Claypits, which has its main entrance located at the Applecross Basin. It has fully accessible paths throughout the area overlooking the Forth and Clyde Canal and rooftops of Glasgow's West End.

 Views of the new pathway through Claypits to Hamiltonhill.
Looking across the local nature reserve to the University of Glasgow.

I have enjoyed walking and jogging along the pathways. There are stunning views over the city's rooftops from the highest point on the path. It is the site of wetland and willow scrub used by roe deer and waterfowl. 

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