THE route for the largest COP26 protest in Scotland has been confirmed ahead of the march on Saturday.

Between 50,000-100,000 people are expected to take part in the 'Global Day of Action for Climate Justice' on November 6 in Glasgow alone.

Thousands of other marches have also been organised across the globe, but the world's eyes are on Glasgow for both the climate summit and the activist action expected to take place alongside it.

Now the route for the march this Saturday has been confirmed, with thousands expected to start gathering in Kelvingrove Park in the morning.

In a map release by the COP26 Coalition, it has been confirmed that participants are to gather in and around Kelvingrove at the Stewart Memorial Fountain from 11am.

The march is set to kick off at 12pm, and it will make its way down Kelvin Way, along Argyle Street, on to St Vincent Street, past West George Street, down past George Square, and finally gathering in Glasgow Green for a mass rally.

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With the 100,000 strong protest, major disruption will hit Glasgow streets with all of the involved roads likely to shut off for the entirety of the walk.

It comes as activists blocked off a Glasgow city centre street as part of a protest on Tuesday

Waterloo Street was taken over by Extinction Rebellion close to the offices of JP Morgan. 

They are staging a 'trillion dollar bash' outside the office of JP Morgan in the city's financial district. 

Another mass march is also due to take place in the city centre on the even for the 'Global Day of Action for Climate Justice' march.

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On November 5 the Fridays for Future march will take will start at Kelvingrove park and make their way to George Square.

However, the exact route for this is still to be confirmed, it will start on the Prince of Wales Bridge and conclude in Geoarge Square with a rally.

Youth activist, Greta Thunberg is also understood to be in attendance at Fridays march.

She has already made her presence known in Glasgow, as she was filmed yesterday chanting "you can shove your climate crisis up your a**e" at a snap rally.