The John Muir Way recognises and celebrates the life and legacy of one of Scotland's greatest pioneering conservationist.
The new John Muir Way stretches all the way from Helensburgh in the West to Dunbar on the East Coast.
Here are some key facts about the Way:
You can choose to walk the entire way or only do a section.
For more information on the different sections and what to See & Do along the path, please visit the website
Linlithgow/ Linlithgow Bridge
Linlithgow to South Queensferry
Distance: 14 mls/ 23km
Approximate time: 7 hours walking/ 3 hours cycling
Start: Linlithgow Bridge
Points of Interest along the way:
Starting Point Linlithgow (section 6)
There are regular train services to Linlithgow from Edinburgh and Glasgow.
A challenging walk around the lower end of West Lothian which can take you right into the Pentlands. Distance: 9 mls/ 14.5km with a climb of 561m
A living working landscape with 10,000 hectares of countryside, 100km of paths and spectacular scenery.