Glasgow is a large city with so much to enjoy and this certainly extends to its many walking routes.

While summer brings with it warmer weather, the winter is great for those who enjoy a crisp morning stroll or an afternoon wander in their thickest coat.

Whether you're looking for a walk down the 'Nolly' or want to traverse the heart of the city, there is a winter walk for everyone.

Glasgow's best winter walks to try this season

Glasgow Times: The Clyde and 'Nolly' provide excellent waterside routes in Glasgow (Getty)The Clyde and 'Nolly' provide excellent waterside routes in Glasgow (Getty) (Image: Getty)

Here are some of Glasgow's best and most popular walking routes to try this winter, according to AllTrails.

Firhill to Hamiltonhill Claypits 

Starting from Wyre Stadium (the home of Partick Thistle), the 2.3-mile-long route is notable for its easy-to-navigate path which runs along the 'Nolly' or Forth and Clyde Canal.

Lasting just under an hour, the path includes great views of the Hamiltonhill Claypits Local Nature Reserve which is a "rewilded post-industrial site close to the city centre" of Glasgow, according to the LNR's website.

Hogganfield Loch

This circular route around Hogganfield Loch is popular across the city thanks to its tranquillity and ease of access.

This route is generally considered "easy" with it being just over a mile long and featuring a number of food and drink vans.

West City Way (Gordon Street to Kelvingrove Park)

No list of Glasgow's best walking routes would be complete without the city's West End.

This walk runs from Gordon Street in the city centre to Kelvingrove Park, one of the city's favourite green spaces.

This route is just 3 miles long and allows those walking it to take in the sites of Blythswood, Finnieston and Kelvingrove.

Glasgow Times: The West City Way runs from Gordon Street in Glasgow's city centre to Kelvingrove Park (Getty)The West City Way runs from Gordon Street in Glasgow's city centre to Kelvingrove Park (Getty) (Image: Getty)

Queen Mary's Seat (Cathkin Braes Country Park)

For a fantastic view of the whole city, try this elevated route through the Cathkin Braes Country Park.

Taking approximately 57 minutes to complete, this 2.2-mile-long route is ideal for those looking for a great hike or mountain biking experience without straying too far from the city.

River Clyde Walkway

Taking in the sites of Glasgow's iconic River Clyde, the walkway includes views of the Riverside Museum, the Hydro, the Science Centre and Glasgow Green.

This is an easier route which takes around 55 minutes to complete and is a stone's throw away from the city centre and amenities.

Queen's Park and the Model Boat Pond

This trail is a great jumping-off point for those wanting to explore the Southside with Queen's Park being close to a number of cafes and pubs such as The Bell Jar.

The route is also near Queen's Park train station which runs directly into Town.