Come in and join our Multicultural walk to walk the first section of West Highland Way from Milngavie to Dumgoyne. This walk is particularly designed to help refugees and asylum seekers to connect to each other and the local community and get the opportunity to discover the beautiful landscape of Scotland.
It is great for people who may feel lonely or do not have the opportunity to talk with others. As participants connect both with nature and each other, they will have a chance to share their stories and experiences, stories. They will have the time to make supportive new friendships and build local connections.
We start the walk from The West Highland Way stone obelisk on pedestrianised Douglas Street and continue through Mugdock Country Park and the beautiful countryside with woodland, farmland and we follow the clear West Highland Way sign post to Dumgoyne. At the end of the run we will meet in the Beech Tree for a social gathering. We will get back to Milngavie train station by bus. We can meet in the city centre of Glasgow and travel together to Milingave by using public or hired transport depending on the group size. The traveling cost will be covered by Outdoors For You.
09:30am at The Wild Olive Tree St Georges Tron, Church of Scotland 163 Buchanan St Glasgow, G1 2JX
10:30am at Milngavie Train Station
Date: Sun 1st Nov 2020 – 09:30
Distance: 11.3 km – 7ML
Location: Walking First Section of West Highland Way
Terrain: Mostly tracks and country lanes, with a section on disused railway line.
please wear comfortable shoes and clothes for the weather, a bottle of water and some light snacks and pack a lunch.
For booking please fill below booking Form