A refreshing pint near Clydebank can be made all the better by a scenic and relaxing walk beforehand.

Luckily, the town and surrounding areas have no shortage of great pubs located by ideal walking routes.

If you're looking for a watering hole to relax in after exploring some of the most scenic routes around Dumbarton, we have you covered.

The best pubs around Clydebank well worth walking to this weekend

Here are the best pubs around Clydebank well worth walking to this weekend.

The Glen Lusset, Old Kilpatrick

The Glen Lusset in Old Kilpatrick is a comfortable place to hunker down after a riverside walk.

Popular nearby walking spots include The Saltings, Lusset Glen and Erskine Beach.

For stunning views, walk over the Erskine Bridge which soars high into the sky.

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The Goldenhill, Clydebank

After a hike around Greenside Reservoir, consider a pint at The Goldenhill on the edge of Clydebank.

The pub is easy to get to and has been a popular place for people to visit for years now.

One visitor said on Google Reviews: "I really enjoyed myself in this pub. I had gone around 6 for some dinner and the plan was to leave at 8, I ended up being there until 930 and enjoyed every moment."

The Twisted Thistle, Old Kilpatrick

Just a stone's throw away from The Glen Lusset (also in Old Kilpatrick), The Twisted Thistle is situated near several lovely walking routes such as The Saltings, Lusset Glen and Erskine Beach.

On the other side of Great Western Road lies The Humphrey, country walk which travels uphill towards The Slacks.

The pub itself is well-liked by visitors with one person writing: "Good choice on the menu. The food was really nice. The restaurant had a nice relaxed atmosphere."

Another added: "Lovely food and good service. Very good value for money."