Come and make the most of the new network of
paths around Helix South.
The paths provide vital connections between Grangemouth,
Beancross, Polmont, Lower Braes, Laurieston and Westquarter. They
also improve links to the Falkirk Stadium and will link to Central Park and
the redeveloped Canal
Hub as these new aspects of the Helix develop.
Lots of thought has gone into the design of our paths so they
work for as many different people as possible, from keen walkers
and cyclists to families with buggies and those with mobility
difficulties. Lighting has been installed on all of the key paths.
Safe crossings are provided by existing underpasses.
Enjoy walking, running and cycling on these superb new pathways
around Falkirk and Grangemouth in central Scotland. Lighting,
signage and good surfaces are already making these routes a big hit
with local people. A number of groups are using the paths already.
Get involved with
See for yourself
The Helix South paths network was officially opened back in June
2011 and it was quite an event. The sun shone and everyone was
there! View images from the day and see if you can spot
anyone you know.
Helix South news
Keep up to date with what's happening, and get involved. Our Helix South
news listing has all the stories.
The Antonine Wall cuts through the Helix South area. Take the
Mumrills Road, right past Mumrills fort, the largest known
fort on the Antonine Wall (opens in new window).