Ardmore Point, near Helensburgh

A short, easy walk around a small penisula in the Firth of Clyde. Excellent views with seal and bird watching opportunities.


Narrow path, can be very muddy at times

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Ardmore Point is reached by turning off the A814 south east of Helensburgh at Lyleston Cottage and following the minor road over the level crossing to a small parking area at the shore. From here there is a fabulous view across the Clyde estuary with many wading birds here at low tide. Start the walk by heading towards the cottage and very soon turning right onto a grassy path between fenced fields.


Ardmore Point car park, off A814. Map and directions.

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