Visiting - What to do?
Walking
There are miles of excellent walking within the area, either along the river, up local hills, down by the beach, through the woods and along our local path networks or quiet country roads.

There has been an East Lothian Walking Festival held for the last couple of years, with accompanied walks for all both at low level and in the more demanding Lammermuir Hills. East Lothian Council has a variety of leaflets for the area http://www.eastlothian.gov.uk/content/0,1094,942,00.html

Local Ramblers groups are also active and have a thriving programme of events.

East Lothian Countryside Rangers have a regular series of events, including walks

East Linton fields

There are a number of leaflets available within the village for local walks (The Votodini in East Linton village square has a Tourist Information section)

You can also download the information as pdfs from the leaflet split into sections here:

walking map complete leaflet - 1.8 mb in size
walking map map of the area with some walking routes marked
walking map map of walks around East Linton
walking map Pencraig, riverside path, Smeaton lake
walking map Access Code and general information
walking map Stonelaws, Hailes Castle
walking map Tyninghame, Whitekirk to Gleghornie

Since this leaflet was published the John Muir Way has been extended from East Linton to North Berwick, an excellent walk when combined with a return via the bus.

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