Open grass meadows, ponds and panoramic views
The Cleddans Burn winds its way through this lovely patch of open grassland and young woodland. Follow the wide, surfaced path and discover spectacular views across the city and up to the rocky ridge of the Kilpatrick Hills.
This wood is home to a surprising array of wildlife. Listen out for water voles as they splash into the burn and watch for butterflies and other insects dancing amongst the colourful wildflowers in the summer.
Great views of the Kirkpatrick Hills and over the city from the water tower and a pretty lower path through meadow and wetland.
Firm and smooth tarmac path surface. Generally short gentle slopes. No gates or steps.
Allow ½ hour
The Drumchapel Way loop
If you fancy a longer walk, why not follow the 4 ½ miles Drumchapel Way loop, which connects Cleddans Burn, the two Garscadden Woods and Garscadden Burn Park? Download our Guide to The woods around Drumchapel (PDF 1.1MB) to see a map.
Glasgow Life Health Walks
Cleddans Burn is regularly visited by Glasgow Life's Health Walks - fun, free, easy walks up to an hour long led by volunteers. They are deal for meeting new people and exploring Glasgow's lovely parks and greenspaces. Use their Activity Finder to find one near you.
Facilities & access
You can find refreshments and toilets at Drumchapel Community Centre on Kinfauns Drive. There are more places to eat, drink and shop in Drumchapel and at nearby Clydebank and Knightswood.
Cleddans Burn wood lies on the west edge of Drumchapel. There are a number of entrances, with The Antonine Road and the north end of Achamore Road the easiest to find.
There is no formal car park here but plenty of on-street parking nearby.
G15 8HF is the nearest postcode for the Achamore Road entrance.
Drumry train station is 15 minutes walk from the south end of Cleddans Burn. Local buses serve The Antonine Road at the south end and Achamore Road at the north end. Find details at Traveline Scotland.
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