7 towns across East Lothian have a map similar to below with accompanying photos. Take a walk, run, wheel around your town and match up the numbered locations to the correct lettered photo. All courses can be found on the links below by clicking on the town name.
Your fun is to head out and navigate to the numbered points in your town and match the photo with the numbered pin.
Please share your efforts with photos and comments on social media mentioning @ELOutdoorEd (twitter/ Instagram/ Facebook)
The courses and photos are able to be viewed online. Please only print if absolutely necessary and you are able to.
We look forward to sharing your stories of discovering your town through a little bit of physical activity.
All of these courses have been developed by DR – a wonderful volunteer in Outdoor Learning and a fantastic orienteering coach.
All of the courses can be found at the links below.
School Orienteering Maps
We are extremely fortunate to have some of the most active Scottish Orienteering volunteers in East Lothian . All East Lothian Schools and many surrounding areas have been mapped, and kept up to date, by SS of East Lothian Orienteers.
All maps can be found here
East Lothian Paths
One of the most comprehensive guides to the East Lothian Path network of Core Paths, other paths and detailed information about the areas. Produced by the East Lothian Countryside Volunteers here
- Dunbar Paths Leaflet
- East Linton Paths Leaflet
- Fa’side Paths Leaflet
- Gifford Paths Leaflet
- Haddington Paths Leaflet
- Lammermuirs Paths Leaflet
- Musselburgh Paths Leaflet
- North Berwick Paths Leaflet
- Preston Seaton Gosford Paths Leaflet
- Prestonpans Path Leaflet
- Tranent Paths Leaflet
Cycle Routes from Gifford
Pupils from Yester Primary designed, and tested out a number of cycle routes from their school. These routes have been mapped and written up by the pupils.
Routes can be found here
Musselburgh Archer Arrow Trail
THE MUSSELBURGH ARCHER is a public artwork, located by the Roman Bridge on the east bank of the River Esk, celebrating the rich heritage of Musselburgh.
The treasure trails guide users with GPS and maps, with accompanying pictures, audio and video clips.