River Almond Walkway
River Almond Walkway
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Badger1997
Cramlington, UK63 contributions
Jan 2023 • Couples
After a walk over to the Island and back we carried on up the River Almond and so glad we did what a lovely walk even with the stairs plenty of history along the way combined with some cracking views
Written 9 January 2023
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Louise
Edinburgh, UK39 contributions
May 2022 • Family
We parked at Cramond and walked along the river and over the bridge to the Cammo Estate. It's such a beautiful and peaceful walk. Lots of unusual birds too see and an opportunity to spot a heron or kingfisher.
Written 1 May 2022
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myfunnybones
Edinburgh, UK644 contributions
Feb 2022 • Couples
We parked down a narrow lane by the bridge. Followed the pathway, after about ten minutes we reached the metal scaffolding staircase. Further along some more concrete stairs. Finally reached the water fall. I struggled on the return going up the concrete steps.
Ovoid if this may cause problems with walking as there is an easier route from the road side as a passer by told me. Its a bit late for me but with a bit of homework I wish you luck.
Written 25 February 2022
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weekak
Edinburgh, UK1,081 contributions
May 2021
Along the River Almond is a beautiful quiet scenic walk where you will come across some great points of interest including the Cramond falls, the ruins of a steel mill, a beautiful bridge (Cramond Brig) ruins of a cottage belonging to Jock Howieson who features in Walter Scott’s book ‘Tales of a Grandfather’ you will also come across as some squirrels, ducks, swans, ponies and hens and if your lucky (which I wasn’t) you might see some kingfishers and otters. Great day exploring and highly recommend this walk!
Written 11 May 2021
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glennharrold
Scotland, UK3,169 contributions
May 2021 • Friends
A lovely riverside walk that takes you out at the Cramond Island Causeway - great for getting the steps in! Scenic…
Written 1 May 2021
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johnhouston2
Knaresborough, UK5,222 contributions
Apr 2019 • Couples
Cramond is a lovely little "seaside" village not far from Edinburgh city centre. It is accessible by bus or, if you are driving, set your satnav for post code EH4 6NU.
Situated on the shore of the Firth of Forth, the village has a pleasant beach, a tidal causeway to an offshore island, shoreline walks, and a little harbour.

It also has a splendid walkway that follows the course of the River Almond from the harbour and up through some very pretty woodland. The pathway is well maintained and it really is a super walk. It goes for quite some distance and, further along, there are a couple of steep parts, but the added beauty of a walk like this is that you can walk just as far as you fancy.
And when you come back into the village - there are a couple of pleasant cafes as well as a pub.
Highly recommended.
Written 26 April 2019
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