The Pentland Hills: Their Paths & Passes The photograph shows the pioneering mountaineer the Reverend AE Robertson at Eastside Farm road-end in 1946.

Pentland Hills: Beautiful Landscape, just outside the city - See 160 traveler reviews, 245 candid photos, and great deals for Edinburgh, UK, at Tripadvisor. The Pentland hills lie just south of Edinburgh (about half a mile from the ring road). Mountain Biking Great Outdoors. Glentress and Innerleithen are both only a 30 minute drive away. (Just after The Steading restaurant). You often see paragliders hanging on the thermals and there is even an artificial ski slope – open all year round. In 1885 the Scottish Rights of Way Society first surveyed paths, negotiated with the landowners and erected the first signposts to facilitate access on most of the Pentland paths. We are 1/2 mile from the junction on the right. They are suitable at any time of year for vigorous walks and mountain biking. Pentland Hills: Beautiful Scenery - See 159 traveler reviews, 245 candid photos, and great deals for Edinburgh, UK, at Tripadvisor. Overview; Restrictions; Prices per person; Overview. Lothian Buses 4 (from Dalry Road by Haymarket station) or 15 (from Waverley station) to Hillend. Midlothian Snowsports Centre Biggar Road Hillend Edinburgh EH10 7DU [email protected] 0131 445 4433. Thanks to special tracks on the bottom of the sledges, these can travel just as fast as snow sledges and with steering & brakes you’ll be as safe as houses. By train/bus. Mountain bikers are well provided for, not only with the Pentland Hills on Eastside Cottage's doorstep, but also with world-class mountain biking tracks. Race against your friends or mum and dad. We have 10 sledges available. 2. By car. Head for Biggar on A702. Exit Edinburgh City Bypass at Lothianburn junction.

Both courses offer many different purpose-built routes from novice runs to downhill "black" runs. Laggan Outdoor now offer Grass Sledging for all ages big or small.