GPS route for the Pentlands?

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  • cynic-al
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    druid used to have a site, he pulled it iirc. Epicsteve is into that gps stuff too IIRC.

    Premier Icon leelovesbikestoo
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    Cheers al. Found some on Bikely but they only cover the North East part of the hills.

    cynic-al
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    No worries – that’s where most folk ride as it’s closest to God’s own city 😉

    There are a few trails crossing the hills by Carlops, Ninemileburn and maybe West Linton, if you can find a map online I’ll try and point them out.

    Premier Icon leelovesbikestoo
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    I’ve found one which loops round Black Hill/Gask Hill and Capelaw Hill/Castlelaw Hill which will do.

    When I lived in Edinburgh I used to ride down by Carlops Hill and the Kips, but it’s been so long I can’t remember the routes! Hence the routes, didn’t want to find myself getting lost.

    Premier Icon leelovesbikestoo
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    Does anyone have GPS routes of rides in the Pentlands they wouldn’t mind sharing with me?

    Premier Icon bigjim
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    If you get lost in the pentlands, just head downhill! You’ll end up either in Edinburgh or a road that leads to Edinburgh 😀

    Premier Icon robgarrioch
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    Possibly useful old thread.

    Depending when you’re up LLBT, there’s usually a sociable ride on Wednesday evenings around 7 from the corner shop on Bonaly Avenue / Bonaly Road tailored to suit likely ground conditions… (currently ‘soft & gooey’, I’d imagine)

    Premier Icon leelovesbikestoo
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    Thanks Rob, but I have to be in Edinburgh tomorrow morning and thought I’d capitalise on the drive through from Glasgow.

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