The West Lothian Touring Trail is a driving trail that allows you explore the rural beauty of West Lothian.
West Lothian is a relaxing area steeped in history. It boasts some fantastic scenic views and historic attractions, not to mention charming towns and villages. The West Lothian Tourist Trail consists of three unique driving trails, each exploring a different part of West Lothian.
Forth Valley Trail
This driving trail links some of Scotland's finest historic houses with the turbulence and bloodshed of medieval history. From Edinburgh, head out towards South Queensferry and the impressive Forth Bridges.
Along the way, don't miss highlights which include Dalmeny House, Hopetoun House, Linlithgow Palace and the Bones and Kinneil Railway.
Almond Valley Trail
Follow the winding River Almond on this driving trail which links town and country. With plenty of places to stop and enjoy the great outdoors, you'll be spoilt for choice, especially for potential picnic spots.
Highlights along the way include the Edinburgh Canal Centre, Almondell & Calderwood Country Park, Almond Valley Heritage Centre and Livingston Designer Outlet.
Bathgate Hills Trail
This trail takes you up the hills of West Lothian to explore ancient history and uncover some spectacular views. Highlights on this trail include Beecraigs Country Park, Cairnpapple Hill and Torphichen Preceptory.
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