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EDINBURGH

Edinburgh Trail (PT 44) 10km Grade 2
Organised by Capital Trails Walking Club
This route takes you through both the old and new town areas. You will visit Carlton Hill and the Castle, providing wonderful views across the city and Firth of Forth. You also pass the Palace of Holyrood and walk the Royal Mile.

Edinburgh Britannia Trail (PT 219) 12Km Grade 1
Organised by Capital Trails Walking Club
This linear trail shows you the other side of Edinburgh's history. It follows mostly the Water of Leith through once industrial areas where water power was harnessed. Passing through an oasis of peace, the Royal Botanic Gardens, you finish at the Ocean Terminal.

GLASGOW

Glasgow City Trail (PT 235) 12km Grade 1+
Organised by Thames Valley Walking Club       
A walk around the historic city passing through The Barras, the Merchant City, the city centre and Kelvingrove Park as well as past several landmarks including Glasgow Cathedral, the Peoples Palace, Tolbooth Steeple and the Tenement House. There are also several opportunities for shopping along the route.

HIGHLAND

Aviemore Trail (PT 131) 11km Grade 2
Organised by British Walking Federation
A low level walk through woods and across heather-clad hills giving magnificent views of the surrounding countryside. If you are fortunate you may see Red Deer and other wildlife along the route.

PERTH & KINROSS

Pitlochry Trail (PT 121) 10km Grade 2
Organised by British Walking Federation
Following a short steep climb out of Pitlochry this walk takes you through woodland. If you are feeling fit (or thirsty) there is a signposted diversion to Edradour Distillery. You will eventually reach Black Spout waterfall from where the walk descends back down to the town.

STIRLINGSHIRE

Stirling Historical Trail (PT 262) 11km Grade 3
Organised by Thames Valley Walking Club
Leaving the railway station, the route passes the remains of Cambuskenneth Abbey before heading uphill to reach the Wallace Monument with its magnificent views. Heading downhill, you pass the monument’s visitor’s centre before making your way across to the castle. From the castle the route heads downhill to the station.

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