National Route 75 of the National Cycle Network connects Leith with Portavadie via Edinburgh, Glasgow and the ferry between Gourock and Dunoon. Another branch of the route will head south from Gourock to Ardrossan.
Open Sections: The route is open, signed, and mainly traffic-free between Leith and Gourock as the Clyde to Forth cycle route.
Dunoon to Gourock is open and signed on roads. Caldedonian MacBrayne operate ferries between Gourock and Dunoon and between Portavadie and Tarbet (Loch Fyne) from where it is a short cycle ride to join National Route 78.
Maps and leaflets for this route are detailed below the map:
Leith to Gourock (via Edinburgh, Airdrie and Glasgow) is mapped on the Sustrans NN75 Clyde to Forth Cycle Route map.
Balerno to Bathgate is shown on the free "Balerno to Bathgate" leaflet.
Uddingston to Glasgow is shown on the free "Clyde Corridor Cycle Route" leaflet.
Paisley to Gourock is shown on the free "Paisley and Clyde Railway Path" leaflet.