This section of the route is 13½ miles in length and it starts from Glasgow Cathedral passing St Andrew's RC Cathedral
Govan Old, the site of Renfrew castle before ending at Paisley Abbey.
Places of interest on this section are Glasgow Cathedral, St Andrew's RC Cathedral, Glasgow City Centre and the River Clyde,
Govan Old Parish Church and the Sarcophagus Stones, Renfrew Castle, Argyll Stone and St Conval's Chariot, St Mirin's
Cathedral and Paisley Abbey.
This section is already complete and frequently walked. For directional details simply
click on this link and follow the download
instructions based on walking from Glasgow to Paisley. These directional instructions are based on key points
along the route which are defined using grid reference numbers. The relevant Ordnance Survey map relating to this
section are Explorer Nos.342.
To proceed to the next section of the walk between Paisely and Lochwinnoch click on this link.