- Blackford and Braid Hills
- Cockenzie to Aberlady
- Dalkeith Country Park
- Dryden Tower Circuit
- Dunbar cliff-top trail
- Dunbar to Dunglass
- East Linton to Hailes Castle
- Edinburgh city centre to Royal Botanic Garden
- Edinburgh Old Town
- Fala Flow
- Fisherrow to Cockenzie
- Gifford Community Path Network
- Gladhouse Reservoir Circuit
- Gore Glen Woodland Park
- Hill End Trail
- Holyrood Park and Arthur's Seat
- Mount Lothian
- Newtongrange Mining Museum Town Trail
- Nine Mile Burn - West Kip - Nine Mile Burn
- North Berwick Law
- North Esk Reservoir
- Pencaitland and Ormiston Community Path Network
- Penicuik to Musselburgh Cycleway
- Pentland Peaks
- River Esk
- Rosewell to Roslin Glen Circuit
- Roslin and the North Esk Valley
- Roslin Glen
- Stobshiel - Lammer Law - Longyester
- Vogrie Country Park: Tyne Valley Path
- Vogrie: Blinkbonny Circuit
Walking in Edinburgh and the Lothians is superb so get on your walking boots to see the region at its very best and really get away from it all.
Discover hidden beaches on a walk with lovely coastal scenery in East Lothian - only a short distance from Edinburgh.
Take a walk around Duddingston, Arthur’s Seat and Holyrood Park in Edinburgh – the ideal escape from the city.
Experience easy routes and serious hillwalking amongst impressive upland scenery in the Pentland Hills Regional Park, just a few miles from Edinburgh.
Take a stroll along part of the 35-mile route which runs beside the Union Canal in Edinburgh to West Lothian and demonstrates Scotland’s rich industrial heritage.
Take the opportunity to explore some of the stunning coastline and countryside of East Lothian on the John Muir Way path which stretches 45 miles and links East Lothian with the city of Edinburgh and the Scottish Borders.
Follow the old railway lines in the Lothian countryside and discover beautiful scenery and fascinating local history.
This rather unusual walk over the Forth Road Bridge and around Dalmeny Estate to Cramond takes in everything from jaw-dropping views to hidden gem beaches, a stately home and a very famous wonder of the architectural world.
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Edinburgh and the Lothians sits on the eastern side of Scotland's central belt, in the heart of the country.