Voodoonos If you look at the local authorities with extensive rural areas such as Fife and highland, you can see the massive amount of time and effort that has been required by core paths plans — in Edinburgh we were relatively lucky in that we had a comparatively small inneertube and path network to assess. There has been an upgrade in the Brunstane Burn path which links in Musselburgh with the Innocent railway. There are implications to do with planning and council development plans however which is a good thing. As a lawyer, I am hardwired to be cynical, so I struggle to dismiss the above negative comments out of hand, because I have had them all myself at one point or another!

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News Edinburgh proudly boasts over 75km of off-street paths, many of which were once railway lines, for use by both cyclist and pedestrians. The network is broad and expands across the city. Based on the iconic London Tube Map, the design gives a quick visual hit of the surprising extent of the routes.

The north Edinburgh paths are the old railway network which ran from Granton and Leith to Haymarket and the city centre, where they linked with the main railway network. There are further links which go out to Cramond and Davidson Mains. The canal path takes the towpath from Tollcross to Ratho, while the Roseburn-Balerno path runs along the Water of Leith. There are also links out to Edinburgh Park from Balgreen which follow the new tram line The network is regularly expanding due to the interest in active travel which includes Little France Park.

This The new map includes a detailed map of Little France Park, providing information on its active travel routes, facilities and wildlife areas as well as including the Edinburgh Innertube Map. If you would like a paper copy of any of our pocket-sized Innertube Maps, please email info elgt.

Guide to the Innertube Map All routes shown on the Innertube Map are continuous, off-street traffic-free paths with dedicated cycle crossings at road junctions unless marked otherwise. The routes shown are not geographical but are as accurate as possible. Distances between exits are indicative and not to scale. All the exits shown are step free, unless marked otherwise.

Other exits with steps are not shown. All routes are shared with pedestrians — please cycle with respect. Signage varies along the routes and does not necessarily follow the logic of this map. To report faulty lights, missing signs, broken glass etc, please call 23 23 23 or report online here. National Cycle Routes 1, 75, 76, go through Edinburgh, using many of the routes on this map. See sustrans. Size and shape of the parks shown are indicative and not to scale.

Not all city parks are shown — for a full list, see edinburghoutdoors. The Innertube Map is supported by:.





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