Clachan of Campsie, Campsie Glen

Historic Walking Area · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
Clachan of Campsie or Campsie Glen (Scottish Gaelic: Clachan Chamais) is a settlement now in the East Dunbartonshire area of Scotland. It was formerly part of the county of Stirlingshire. It is situated to the south of the Campsie Fells at the foot of Campsie Glen where the Finglen and Aldessan Burns meet, forming the Glazert Water which then flows south-east until it joins the River Kelvin near Kirkintilloch.
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  • This review is for the hiking trail. I don't understand why people keep reviewing for the cafe at the foot of the climb! This is a short and popular walk from Campsie Glen village up to Campsie...  more »
  • Very friendly and kind service. Soap was excellent and the tuna baked potato (along with crisps and coleslaw) was huge, fresh and very tasty. Very nice place to visit after a long cycle.  more »

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