Each of Scotland's four canals has its own personality. Take the
tour to discover distinctive settings for some very special
The lochs and hills along the length of the Caledonian Canal include habitats for some of Scotland’s rarer species as well as our largest mammal, the red deer.
Explore the beautiful West Coast of Scotland and discover the rich variety of wildlife along this tranquil waterway.
The cross country route is the ideal setting to observe birds, small mammals and the plant-life too. The canal provides an important green corridor through Glasgow.
With city and country stretches, the Union canal has abundant wildlife of all sorts. Get out along the canal and discover a new perspective on the area.