WALKING HAND IN HAND WITH NATURE
The ancient aqueduct of Greenock Cut, dating back to the early 1800s, with its glistening basins surrounded by rural landscapes is the ideal destination for a reinvigorating walk in close contact with nature along panoramic trails, picturesque stone bridges and grassy paths.
What we will see
- Ancient aqueduct of Greenock Cut
- Walk along panoramic trails
- Spectacular countryside views
- Stop at the visitor centre: café and souvenir shop
What we will do
- A coach takes us inland as far as the historic aqueduct of Greenock Cut, now a green area dedicated to nature treks.
- Once there, we go on a delightful walk along this engineering project made in the 1820s to supply the local factories with water.
- We walk along panoramic trails offering breathtaking views over the western coast of Scotland, over picturesque stone bridges and endless heaths as our gaze stretches from the mountains to the pools of water glistening in the sun.
- Our walk ends at the Greenock Cut Visitor Centre where refreshments can be obtained at the café or wander around the souvenir shop before heading back to the ship.
What you need to know
- Suitable trekking shoes are essentials
- There is a toilet at the visitor centre.
- This excursion will be conducted in English.