This new route, combined with Scotland's recognition of John Muirs achievements on April 21st each year, gives opportunities to develop a growing recognition of Muir in his homeland and remind ourselves that his inspirational work is even more relevant today than it ever was during his lifetime.
The John Muir Way is designed to be very accessible for everyone to use, passing through many towns and villages, and it's serviced well by train and bus. It is a historical journey taking you to palaces, castles and the World Heritage Site at the ancient Roman remains of the Antonine Wall.
The terrain is easy to moderate and can be done end-to-end on foot and by bike. We suggest using mountain, hybrid or sturdy touring bikes to tackle some of the steeper and bumpier sections, though a few parallel lines ("braids") give you smoother and flatter options. Some parts of the route are also suitable for horseriding. If you want to take in shorter loops and day trips or complete the route in sections this is possible too.
Get to Bo'ness from Edinburgh and start your John Muir Way Walk from Bo'ness to find out about this new bus service click here.
Kinneil to Blackness cycle
Linlithgow Blackness History Tour cycle
Tour of Falkirk and The Kelpies cycle
Wheel to Callendar cycle
Falkirk Wheel to Callendar walk
Kinneil to Blackness walk
Tour of Falkirk and The Kelpies walk
* This is a dog friendly attraction, click here for other dog friendly places in Falkirk