Loch Ryan Coastal Path
Max transport gap <10km
A walk of 19km between Glenapp and Stranraer.
Public transport links for the entire “Clyde Way” (Clyde Walkway, Clyde Coastal Path, Ayrshire Coastal Path and Loch Ryan Coastal Path — 111 locations, 9 matrices) are widely available in and to the north of the Ayr conurbation, and at strategic points to the south. Stranraer is the obvious base station for this section of the route, though Girvan would suffice if this section is being undertaken along with the Ayrshire Coastal Path.
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