Lyle Hill is a viewpoint in Greenock, Inverclyde, with a high point of 426 feet above sea level
Loch Iorsa sits in a scenic glen on the west of Arran. It runs through the heart of Dougarie Estate.
Ballantrae beach is a nature reserve that offers nesting grounds for a wide variety of birds in the nearby cliffs
Maidens Harbour was established in the mid 19th century
The naturally occurring Glaid Stone marks the highest point of Great Cumbrae at 417ft.
Originally gifted to the town of Kilmacolm in 1897, Birkmyre Park is now a hub of community activity
This unusual geological feature is located near Kilchattan Bay on the south end of the Isle of Bute.
Stinchar Falls lie on the River Stinchar, which flows all the way from the Galloway Forest Park to the Firth of the Clyde at Ballantrae.
Loch Thom is a reservoir which since 1827 has provided a water supply to the town of Greenock
Orchard Gardens are beautiful gardens with herbaceous borders, formal pond and formal flowerbeds, which are always full of colour
Glen Rosa is a stunning glen near Goat Fell mountain, with breathaking scenery.
Viewpoint Indicator situated in Corsehill Drive, stunning panoramic views of Arran and beyond, includes a photographic plate detailing key information