Sometimes it's great to get up high, so we've included some hill-walks near or on the Way.
- Cort-ma Law gets its name from Lowland Scotland, where many hills are called Laws. You can climb it from The Crow Road car park outside Lennoxtown.
- Dumgoyne, located conveniently above the Glengoyne Distillery, is another small but prominent volcanic plug with a craggy face. It’s a steep haul up to the summit, but a superb viewpoint on a clear day.
- Berwick Law's striking shape is a result of its volcanic origins. Climb it from the route outside North Berwick.
- Arthur's Seat is easily accessed directly from the route on the east of Edinburgh (you won't miss it!). The short but steep climb from the route is well worth the effort, opening up panoramic views, including the Central Belt to the west which you may just have journeyed through, or are heading towards.