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Wonderful hike, gorgeous views, and if you‘re in the Glen (scottish for valley) inbetween Arthurs Seat and the crags, you won‘t see any houses at all. Feel like you‘re in the Highlands while being surrounded by the city!
A little easier to access than Arthur's seat, the view from here is almost as good, and will be much quieter. My personal favourite for a Sunday stroll!
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