East Dunbartonshire is one of the best places to spend some spare time. It is a council area of Scotland located on the north-west side of Glasgow city. It comprises of many small towns and villages.
East Dunbartonshire offers numerous hills that will be a feast for the eyes and take away all of your stress. It is also famous for sports, and awe-inspiring entertainment activities like golfing, fishing, sailing, wildlife. Staying in hotels that offer superb views along with excellent services make us feel we are living the life of a king.
Campsie Fells is a place which is covered in a series of mountains and hills. It is located in Stirlingshire, but lengthens from east to west and covers the area from Denny Muir to Dumgoyne. Earl’s Seat is at the topmost point among all hills. Fintry hills, Kilpatrick hills and Kilsyth hills are the names of other marvelous hills thereon. Such hills offer broad views of villages including Strathblane, Blanefield and Lennoxtown.
Forth and Clyde Canal
The Forth and Clyde Canal is also one of the most interesting places in East Dunbartonshire. It was initiated in 1790 and crosses the central area of Scotland. It is 35 miles long and provided the route for seagoing vessels from the River Forth to River Clyde.
The West Highland Way
This way is mostly used for walking. It is 96 miles long and covers the area from Milngavie to Fort William. There are many ancient roads here, which makes the walk feel adventurous and entertaining.
The Antonine Wall is the name of a stone and turf fortification which was built by the Romans. It is around 39 miles long, 3 meters high and 5 meters wide. It takes around 12 years for completion. There is also a gallery which reveals the history of Romans in addition with the unique collection of sculptures.
Other than places, the Village named Torrance is the one of the most famous villages in East Dunbartonshire. It was recognized as The Eleven Ploughs of Balgrochan. Milngavie is the popular town of East Dunbartonshire with a population of approximately 13000 people. The meaning of Milngavie is “the mill of David”.