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Confirmation of route 72, although NCN72 no longer comes this way according to the Sustrans website.

A path crossroads but no signs. One side has a marker post with an arrow. I'm just guessing the way.

A marker post for the HArTT cycle route.

A marker post for the HArTT cycle route's right turn. The path ahead leads to a bridge across the River Carron, so I'd expect a little more signage at this junction.

A HArTT marker post for a right turn.

A HArTT marker post.

The Drumchapel Way meets The Antonine Road. Glasgow City Council's GIS system shows a path (called Drumry Wood) across the site across the road, even though it is securely fenced off.

The Drumchapel Way marker post and information board for those coming from Kinfauns Drive.

Poor condition asphalt path and damaged marker post on the Drumchapel Way.

Next the Drumchapel Way goes up some shallow steps as it starts to head towards Kinfauns Drive.

The Drumchapel Way continues down some very shallow steps to a bridge across the Garscadden Burn.

A close-up of the marker post that is not for the Drumchapel Way (from #107167). Leg-it around Drumchapel.

Three marker posts, but only two are for the Drumchapel Way, so turn right.

The Drumchapel Way continues.

The optimist in me wants to believe that this section of the Drumchapel Way path is currently being upgraded.

Navigation on the off-road sections of the Drumchapel Way is by marker post. Here the posts indicate a turn to the right.

The Drumchapel Way leaves Southdeen Avenue and doubles back into the Garscadden Burn Park.

The Drumchapel Way turns left to join with the Garscadden Way. The Drumchapel Way is a walking route around Drumchapel and the surrounding woodland described at https://forestryandland.gov.scot/images/pdf/rec_pdfs/DrumchapelWoodsLeaflet.pdf

The HArTT cycle route goes down this steep slope to the Union Canal (see #101156). A new sensibly graded ramp has been built to the right (see #101153).

A new path for the HArTT cycle route, together with waymarker post.

The local path crossing the path to the Westquarter Glen and HArTT cycle route is built to a better standard than the main path.

A partially hidden marker post for the HArTT cycle route. You ain't gonna see that from the road!

The entrance to Callendar Wood, with red marker posts. Or are they just bollards?

A T-junction in Callendar Woods, with a yellow marker post.

A yellow marker post in Callendar Woods.

Working from the map on the Falkirk Helix website, I've decided this must be the junction where the HArTT cycle route turns in all directions, in order to do a loop around Callendar Park in addition to the woods. However, only the yellow wa ... [more]

A crossroads of paths in Callendar Woods, and just a solitary marker post for the John Muir Way. Nothing for the HArTT cycle route.

A 3-way junction in Callendar Woods. As this is meant to be on the HArTT cycle route, I'd expect some sort of route information. The post on the right is for a circular walking/jogging route around the woods from Callendar Park.

The HArTT cycle route crossing Icehouse Brae (North), with a waymarker post tucked away in the corner. Surprisingly, no 'End of Cycle Route' signs!

The HArTT cycle route turns left here at Beancross to go to the Helix park, but to the right is a glaringly obvious gap in the cycle network, through the Cadgers Brae Roundabout to Grangemouth.

The HArTT cycle route goes through the underpass beneath the A9 at Beancross.

The way to avoid the steps at #101523 is to take the A9 road bridge across the railway, and the HArTT cycle route appears to do just that. However, there is no evidence that the narrow footway is legal for shared use, and the provision ... [more]

The turnoff from the A9 shared footway for the ramp down to the Forth & Clyde Canal, including a marker post for the HArTT cycle route.

The Forth & Clyde Canal towpath at the junction with the ramp up to the A9 bridge, and with the Kelpies in the background.

A junction of tracks in Callendar Woods. I saw a few people jogging through the woods, but no-one else cycling.

A marker post for a blue route in Callendar Woods.

A marker post for the HArTT cycle route entering Callendar Woods. The asphalt comes to an end.

The path into Tweedbank Park, plus a waymarker post for some path off to the right.

The narrow asphalt path from #91191 gets a bit wider as it turns to head towards Tweedbank Park. The Borders Abbey Way returns to being an unsurfaced path.

The path ahead goes to the A6091 at the Galafoot Bridge, while the waymarked Borders Abbey Way diverges to go down the steps in #91192.

The Southern Upland Way woodland path emerges onto an area of grass without a defined path.

A poor quality path from Kinfauns Drive across to Annan Drive, with a waymarker post for the Drumchapel Way.

The River Ayr Walk near Ayr Cemetery

Steps at entrance to riverside walkway, but cycle emblems regardless - see also #86457.

A waymarker post approaching a junction on the John Muir Way.

Signs and a waymarker post on the John Muir Way.

A vandalised cycle route sign attached to a pedestrian waymarker post. There also isn't a right turn at this T-junction, so the waymarker post must be facing the wrong way. See also #80231.

A vandalised cycle route sign attached to a pedestrian waymarker post, at a sharp turn. See also #80232.

Triangular junction with minimal but clear signage, assuming you know where the routes go to.

A lottery-funded waymarker post that appears to be facing the wrong way at path T-junction. (No route heads to the right as black arrow suggests).

Single-sided signs for route 1a on the footway at Carrickstone. Is nobody going to join the route here? And confusion for anyone following Cumbernauld's multicoloured arrow waymarker posts.

Welcome to Cumbernauld! Some of the route signs have been twisted round a bit, so it is not obvious which route they point to at the crossroads of paths. Routes 1a and 1b are signed from here, but do not reappear on the signs until they bra ... [more]

Cumbernauld's cycle route 2 continues onto the footbridge across the Condorrat Ring Road. There is also a marker post with a blue arrow.

The so called Sunshine Trail cycle route towards Wroxall forks left from the track, passing to the left of the waymarker post. There is no proper path, just a signposted route across a field of livestock.

A walking-only section of the John Muir Way on Corstorphine Hill, before it gets really steep.

Marker post and path. No dropped kerb either.

Robust route confirmation marker on the North Calder Heritage Trail, at a point where the path is more grass than path.

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