Walks & Trails
Get active outdoors!
The Edinburgh and Lothian’s Greenspace Trust has developed a number of trails and paths on the farm and nearby Craigie Hill. The Nature detective trail is aimed at primary school aged kids, however there are interpretation boards adults will understand too!
Just ask in the shop where you can access the paths on Craigie Hill or check out our maps.
Actually, West Craigie is a really good starting point for a healthy bit of exercise.
Historic Dalmeny village (complete with the best preserved Norman church in Scotland) is just a short walk away, whilst Kirkliston and South Queensferry, home of the most famous bridge in Britain, are longer walks, but just a short cycle.
By following paths and cycleways, you can get to and from these three villages without going on any roads (you just have to cross one road at Standingstone).
We’ll be happy to help with directions, or a bowl of water for hot dogs!
- Craigie's Farm Shop and Cafe Happy Monday everyone! We've had a lot of people asking about what to do with gooseberries once they've picked them so we thought we'd help you out! The following link is a great article on the BBC Good food website which tells you all you need to know about putting your gooseberries to good use - from jams to chutneys, cakes and pies! It's a delicious versatile fruit and they're plentiful on the farm for picking at the moment! Make sure you get some on your next visit!
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