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Luggie Water - Things to Know Before Visiting

Luggie Water, United Kingdom

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About Luggie Water

The Luggie Water is one of two streams which flow out of Cumbernauld. The Scottish New Town’s name derives from the Gaelic for "the meeting of the waters" and it’s possible this refers to the Luggie Water and the Red Burn, both of which run through Cumbernauld but which never meet.


Attractions Near Luggie Water

Broadwood Loch
Broadwood Loch1.57km from Luggie Water

Broadwood Loch is a man-made loch with surrounding woodland, grassland and lowland peat bog habitats. The wildlife ponds are home to damselflies and dragonflies and swallows can be seen swooping overhead in summer. There is a circular walk round the loch.

Bar Hill Roman Fort (Antonine Wall)
Bar Hill Roman Fort (Antonine Wall)4.17km from Luggie Water

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.

Antonine Wall
Antonine Wall4.2km from Luggie Water

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.

Auchinstarry Marina Auchinstarry
Auchinstarry Marina Auchinstarry4.71km from Luggie Water

Auchinstarry is a 50 berth marina with long and short term moorings and if you fancy setting sail along the canals why not sign up for inland waterways training with Seaskills The Forth & Clyde Canal Society also operate barges for hire along the canal. If its adventure you’re looking for you will find at Outdoor Trax, where you can hire mountain bikes, canoes and kayaks or why not why try rock climbing and abseiling within the nearby quarry.

Auchinstarry Quarry
Auchinstarry Quarry5km from Luggie Water

Auchinstarry Quarry is a central belt Dolerite quarry near Croy, that has been landscaped to provide a pleasant enough venue. Has the benefit of being close to a main line train-station, making it easy to reach for those in Glasgow or Edinburgh without a car. For those with a car, parking is very close - one of those belay from the car venues. It is a very popular rock-climbing destination, boasting a very wide range of climbing.

Belhaven Park
Belhaven Park5.04km from Luggie Water

The park covers an area of 4.5 Hectares. It has an attractive layout of ornamental trees, shrubs and flower beds. Hanging baskets and flowering bulbs add more colour to the park during the spring and summertime. One of the iconic allocation for a walk and also yu can spend some good time in this area.

Where is Luggie Water

Discover More Attractions in East Dunbartonshire Council, Where Luggie Water Is Located

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.

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