Paths and Routes

Esplanade, Seafield, Ayr

The west of Scotland has a stunning coastline and South Ayrshire is no exception. From the relatively flat coastline in the north of the region with it’s beaches and promenades to the rugged and cliff edged south coast there are plenty of walking opportunities. Add to this a backdrop of beautiful hilly rural landscapes with waymarked trails leading from small villages. Stay a little longer and watch some incredible sunsets.

Heads of Ayr from Ayrshire Coastal Path

Ayrshire Coastal Path

The ACP runs for 100 miles between Glenapp Church and Skelmorlie.

River Ayr Way

The River Ayr Way is Scotland’s first source to sea path network which begins at Glenbuck and follows the river for 66 kms (44 miles) to the sea at Ayr

River Ayr from Oswalds bridge
River Doon path

Core Paths

A network of clearly defined routes giving access throughout the area.

Barr Trails

Walks starting near Barr village.

Barr Stinchar Road
Dailly Trails start point in village square

Dailly Trails

Walks starting in Dailly village.

Straiton Trails

Walks starting in Straiton village.

Straiton Rambler Territory
Alloway, Brig O Doon

Ayr Walks

Walks around Ayr town.

Troon Walks

Walks around Troon town.

Troon beach
Girvan sunset over Ailsa Craig

Girvan Trails

Walks from Girvan up nearby hills.

Maybole Trails

Walks starting in Maybole.

Maybole to Dunure Hill Path
Oswalds Hall Auchincruive

Auchincruive Trails

Walks near Oswald Hall, Auchincruive.