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One of the most beautiful places in Inverclyde great views down the river Clyde we used to go there to see the big cruise ships and some of the Royal Navy ships if you are in the area go to it and will see right...More
This is a great place to show off the west coast it gives a beautiful view of where we live and is a very nice walk. There is the monument and a little pedestal that shows how far we are from other landmarks. If you...More
I visited this viewpoint two weeks ago the view of greenock playing fields was excellent but i couldnt really see much else because the weather was so crummy. Saw a really cool container ship on the way home though...👍👍👍 Next time...🤞
In the daytime with a clear view you can see miles into the distance with a fantastic panorama of Greenock, Gourock all the way up the Clyde and over Dumbarton Rock to Ben Lomond. Almost like being a bird watching the ferry coming and going.
Must have passed the sign countless times over the years, but never ventured up. This is a wonderful location with incredible views all round from Inverclyde, the Cowal peninsula and up the Clyde. The memorial to the Free French sailors of WW2 is poignant. This...More
Lyle hill is one of the nicest views across the Clyde you could ask for. Big memorial statue and views that can take you’re breath away , look over the battery park which is a popular place for many greenockians. The annual firework display at...More
Sorry it has taken so long to answer. There is a local train station Greenock West where you can take a train one stop down the line to Fort Maltida. But the hike up the hill is exhusting. I would take a taxi there and walk... More
Sorry it has taken so long to answer. There is a local train station Greenock West where you can take a train one stop down the line to Fort Maltida. But the hike up the hill is exhusting. I would take a taxi there and walk back through the west end of Greenock.