Bruce and Wallace Way

The Bruce and Wallace Way is a new  long distance walk within the Central Belt of Scotland. It is 72 miles (116km) in distance and visits many places linked with Robert the Bruce and William Wallace. Starting at the statue of Robert the Bruce in Bannockburn and finishing at the Robert the Bruce statue at the historic 13th century Stirling Castle. Immerse yourself as you walk amongst famous historical sites, breathtaking scenery of lochs, reservoirs, waterfalls as well as magnificent hilltop views to the modern and iconic architecture of the tallest head statues in the world ‘The Kelpies’ and the the only rotating boat lift of its kind in the world ‘The Falkirk Wheel’.


I love how the landscape can change within a few miles from the breathtaking Ochil hills to the glistening and calm waters of the Carron Valley reservoir.

John Gilmour - Guide