A huge royal public park of Edinburgh, the Holyrood park, invites its visitors with beautiful hills, rough terrain, lochs and crags.This park is situated at the base of the hill and is very popular with the walkers, joggers and tourists.
Standing at an approximate height of 280 m, visitors can walk through Salisbury Craigs, St. Anthony's Chapel, Arthurs Seat and Dunssapie Loch.The walk towards the top of this hill starts with a steep and rough path which begins directly below the Salisbury Craigs, a mesmerising sight when seen from the center of this beautiful city. Further, this path turns inwards into a flat valley, before climbing St. Anthony's Chapel. It then turns backwards again into a steep path which further leads to the Arthur's Seat. The city of Edinburgh looks absolutely stunning from this point. When i traveled here, i was definitely blessed with a perfect Scottish weather, which added to a beautiful travel experience. This tourist route continues down south towards the Dunsapie Loch before heading down towards the main road and the start point of this long walk. The new Scottish Parliament and the Dynamic earth is right at the base of the Edinburgh's Royal Mile.
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