Hillwalking Pentland Hills Scottish Walks with Tony Connery

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Hillwalking Pentland Hills

Scottish Accommodation
Walking Pentland Hills         Pentland Hills Accommodation

For those of you living or only visiting the central belt of Scotland and fancy
a bit of walking why not try the Pentland Hills, South West of Edinburgh cutting through Midlothian and North Scottish Borders.
There are many Lochs and Hills and great for Good for Fishing, Cycling, Sightseeing, Hillwalking, Climbing, Touring in the Scottish Countryside.


Hillwalking Pentland Hills South West Scotland - Scottish Walks.

Starting at a small village called Flotterstone on the A702 just south of Edinburgh at the Pentland Hills Ranger Centre take a fine eight hour walk around the Hills. A circular walk taking in Turnhouse and Carnethy Hills, Scald Law and a low level walk along the Loganlea and Glencorse Reservoirs, returning to the starting point of the Pentland Hills Walks.

Pentland Hills from Flotterstone
Pentland Hills
from Flotterstone

The Pentland Hills do not have the ruggedness of the highlands and are gentler on the feet and not as taxing. Fine views north and south from any of the Pentland hills keep the attention span going. There is a military firing range nearby so care should be taken when the red flags are showing, meaning some parts of the Pentland Hills Walks are out of bounds. Click on my link of Pentland Hills Campsites


Tony Connery on Turnhouse Hill, Carnethy Hill and Scald Law
Tony Connery on Turnhouse Hill,
Carnethy Hill and Scald Law


Shona and Loganlea Reservoir on the Pentland Hills
Shona and Loganlea Reservoir
on the Pentland Hills


Glencorse Reservoir at Pentland Hills
Glencorse Reservoir
at Pentland Hills


This website is dedicated to my passion - Walking throughout Scotland.
I have tried to share my experiences with you, in the hope that you will have some idea where to walk and what to look out for on your travels.
This is not an Official Guide but use only as a helpful hints & ideas to get you through the terrain.