As you climb you pass this view on your left. Continue climbing beside the wall.
You reach the moor at this sign but dont worry theres no problem. Go left along the wall to the horizon seen here.
Glentane and
Goldenberry hills
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Climb diagonally steeply uphill along the west slope of Glentane hill on a very narrow track.
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Continue up past Crosbie Mains farm toward Caldron hill
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You see Caldron hill just outside West Kilbride
After the steep climb you will overlook Glenburn reservior from the west slope of Glentane hill. Very nice view to the Clyde Estuary. Contour round the hill on a very narrow  track.
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Leave west kilbride north on the B road to Dalry
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Descend steeply and down to the burn, it has a rocky floor and can be cycled across but not up the far bank which is a push, then cycle to the tarmac road.
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Leave the tarmac to the right at this barrier, climb up to the quarry for the down hill run, this is quite a push.
Enjoy the upper downhill section but fork right where the going is flatter, more parallel to the tarmac road.
You will cross this little ditch bridge and should go left immediately after it beside the burn on a terraced track eventually on to the tarmac road and down to the main Largs road cycle track.
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A view over the clyde and up to Largs
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The cycle way continues into Hunterston estate 250m beyond the castle turn right and in a further 250m straight on through a gate, climb and  ignore a left fork onto a dirt track.
Going left and following the cycle track goes through this avenue
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Turn left through this gate to ascend Goldenberry hill
Go straight on here to the beach track.
This is the top of Goldenberry. Go through the gate and right to the mast track and follow it down to the beach.
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The beach track goes approximately from the west so a west wind will be on your back in this direction. Contiune into West Kilbride to complete the circuit.
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