|When:||Saturday, 3 November 2018|
|Where:||Roslin Glen, River North Esk & Rosslyn Chapel|
|How Long:||A circular walk of 5½ miles|
|Leaving St John's:||9:00 am|
Rosslyn Chapel, West End and Baptistry
This is a walk in Roslin Glen and along the banks of the River North Esk. The terrain is varied, using woodland/grassy paths and minor roads (some steps involved).
There will also be time for a visit to Rosslyn Chapel (built in the 15th century and well known for the part it played in Dan Brown's book - The Da Vinci Code). Entrance to the chapel is £9, (concession: £7).
As some sections of the pathway are uneven, with boulders protruding and muddy as it runs along the riverbank, appropriate waterproof walking books required.
Anyone wishing to go, or requiring more information, please use the contact form by clicking the link below:Contact Trekkers
New Trekkers always welcome!