Antermony Loch - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting
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About Antermony Loch
Anternomy Loch is a freshwater lake in the Scottish Lowlands. It is located at the foot of the Campsie Fells about one kilometer east of the village of Milton of Campsie and about twelve kilometers northeast of Glasgow in the Council Area East Dunbartonshire . The lake is accessible by car from Glasgow via the A803 . Anternomy Loch is best known as a fishing area where brown trout and rainbow trout can be caught. In addition, Anternomy Loch has a rich bird life. Coots , swans , ducks and cormor
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Forth and Clyde Canal
2.1km from Antermony Loch
The Forth and Clyde Canal is a canal opened in 1790, crossing central Scotland to link the Firth of Clyde and the Firth of Forth and provided a safe route for coasters during the war with France. Pleasure steamers used the canal from 1893 until the outbreak of World War II. The canal is 35 miles long and it runs from the River Carron at Grangemouth to the River Clyde at Bowling, and had an important basin at Port Dundas in Glasgow.
3km from Antermony Loch
The River Kelvin is a tributary of the River Clyde in northern and northeastern Glasgow, Scotland. It rises on the moor south east of the village of Banton, east of Kilsyth. At almost 22 miles long, it initially flows south to Dullatur Bog where it falls into a man made trench and takes a ninety degree turn flowing west through Strathkelvin and along the northern boundary of the bog parallel with the Forth and Clyde Canal.
3.65km from Antermony Loch
Cort-ma Law is a summit in the Campsie Fells region or range in Scotland. Cort-ma Law East Top is 526 metres high. All the walking routes up Cort-ma Law East Top on Mud and Routes can be found below. The top can be identified by the No Obvious Features.. Other Notes: . Cort-ma Law East Top is a child summit of Meikle Bin. It was a good trekking destination and also you can spend some beautiful time by its nice views.
3.94km from Antermony Loch
The Antonine Wall, known to the Romans as Vallum Antonini, was a turf fortification on stone foundations, built by the Romans across what is now the Central Belt of Scotland, between the Firth of Forth and the Firth of Clyde. Built some twenty years after Hadrian's Wall to the south, and intended to supersede it, while it was garrisoned it was the northernmost frontier barrier of the Roman Empire. It spanned approximately 63 kilometres and was about 3 metres high and 5 metres wide.
Bar Hill Roman Fort (Antonine Wall)
3.95km from Antermony Loch
Bar Hill Fort was a Roman fort on the Antonine Wall in Scotland. It was built around the year 142 A.D. Bar Hill Fort was one of 16 known forts along the Antonine Wall, which was built across Scotland's central belt from AD 140.
5.03km from Antermony Loch
Kilsyth is a town and civil parish in North Lanarkshire, roughly halfway between Glasgow and Stirling in Scotland. The estimated population is 9,860. The town is famous for the Battle of Kilsyth and the religious revivals of the 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries. The town now has links with Cumbernauld at one time being part of Cumbernauld and Kilsyth District Council. The towns also have the same members of parliament at Holyrood and Westminster.
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East Dunbartonshire Council
East Dunbartonshire is one of the 32 council areas of Scotland. It borders the north-west of Glasgow and contains many of the affluent areas to the north of the city, including Bearsden, Milngavie, Balmore and Torrance, as well as many of the city's commuter towns and villages. East Dunbartonshire also shares borders with North Lanarkshire, Stirling and West Dunbartonshire. The council area covers parts of the historic counties of Dunbartonshire, Lanarkshire and Stirlingshire.