Far more John Muir than the John Muir Way.
Turn 'The Wandering fun' into two great hikes.
They provide exciting alternatives to the stretches of the John Muir Way between East Linton and Aberlady. They are also suitable for fat bike.
For RLS this was 'wilderness'. He loved the word and used it in his stories set in the area; Catriona, The Lantern-bearers and Pavilion on the Links. The trail is packed with RLS childhood memories to enjoy.
A very difficult 15km hike along beaches, rocks and beach-side paths.
Fantastic views of Tantallon Castle, the Bass Rock and fascinating geology.
MUST go around Tantallon Castle to Gin Head near LOW TIDE or move to cliff tops
Beware slippy rocks and wear good boots
Tyninghame to North Berwick -
An easy to moderate 16km hike along beaches and beach-side paths.
Fantastic views of Fidra, The Iron Age Hanging Rock Caves and the Aberlady Nature Reserve.
And why not take a break at the Walled Garden at Dirleton?
North Berwick to Aberlady -
Look for the two green markers on the Google Earth download on the
And find more interesting details about the routes at