Glen Garnock

Glen Garnock extends northwest from Kilbirnie in North Ayrshire into the heart of the Clyde Muirshiel Regional Park. It contrasts with the broad Garnock Valley to the south, by having steep sides, precipitous in places. The mills of Kilbirnie benefited from the water descending through the valley, which passes over several waterfalls, the most notable being the Spout of Garnock. Glen Garnock is 5½ miles / 9 km in length but much of the valley is remote, with a track going no further than the ruins of Glengarnock Castle.

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