Taking place on Saturday 20 June, this family-friendly event offers two routes, the Big Yin at a slightly more challenging 13.5 miles and the Wee Yin at 5.5 miles along the stunning East Lothian coast line. The Big Yin starts at Portobello before heading along the front past Fisherrow Harbour and along Musselburgh Promenade. The route then crosses the River Esk and goes around Musselburgh Lagoons, hugging the coastline to Prestonpans. Once through Prestonpans, the route re-joins the coastal path and heads around the site of the old Cockenzie Power Station before coming into the beautiful gardens of Cockenzie House. The Wee Yin starts at here and joins participants from the big walk. We all then head out of Cockenzie and Port Seton, once again hugging the coastline as it winds through Seton Sands and Longniddry Bents. The route passes in front of Gosforth House before turning inland for the final stretch along woodland paths to Aberlady. Along the route of the Wee Yin there will be fun activities for children (and any young at heart adults!) including a nature quest and a selfie frame so you can pose for pics, and at the end you will be rewarded with hot food, drinks, and of course your well deserved medal.