Walks

Forth Road Bridge Walks in Edinburgh
Things To Do in West Lothian With Kids

Forth Road Bridge Walk With Kids: Family Activities

The Forth Road Bridge is a suspension bridge in Scotland that opened in 1964. It is roughly 2.5km long and connects Edinburgh with Fife. It was opened by the Queen in 1964. At that time, it was the 4th longest suspension bridge in the world. Before the Queensferry Crossing opened in 2017, The Forth Road Bridge used to carry 65,000 vehicles daily. Since opening, the

View from the stop of Cockleroy Hill in Bathgate
Walks

Cockleroy Hill Walk | Bathgate Hills | Beecraigs Country Park Walk

Cockleroy Hill is near the popular Beecraigs Country Park in West Lothian. Also known as the King’s hat the hill isn’t a Munro, but it is set in the beautiful Bathgate Hills and is one of the highest points in the area. On a clear day, you can see the surrounding Scottish countryside and enjoy the 360-degree spectacular views. From the summit of Cockleroy, Linlithgow

Five Sisters Zoo
Things To Do in West Lothian With Kids

Five Sisters Zoo – Open For Local Residents Only

As West Lothian goes into another Lockdown and businesses are forced to shut again, Five Sisters Zoo has decided to keep their doors open of local residents only. The Zoo grounds will be open for exercise and wellbeing. There will be no charge to get into the zoo, however, there will be a donation box on entry. Even a small donation will help keep the

Linlithgow Palace upon the hill
Things To Do in West Lothian With Kids

Linlithgow Loch Circular Walk (2.3 miles)

This West Lothian family walk is an easy circular stroll around the stunning Linlithgow Loch. If you are looking to get your kids outdoors in West Lothian and wanting a nice walk that is not too long and difficult, then Linlithgow Loch is perfect for that afternoon family stroll. Some parts of the walk can be muddy if it has been raining (which is common