Blackness, the former port of Linlithgow, is a charming coastal village and the Castle Attracts many tourists. The route includes some fine views along and across the Firth of Forth to Ochil Hills and the Bridges, and excellent views of Linlithgow Loch, Town and Palace on the return journey.
This challenging cycle tour, climbing into the Bathgate Hills, affords views of much of central Scotland including the Trossaches and Ben Lomond.
The ride follows pleasant lanes past Abercorn Church which is situated in charming wooded setting. It continues to the magnificent Hopetoun House, where it makes the most of the quiet estate roads surrounding it.
This circular ride explores some of the nicest parts of Livingston, the parts you never see from a car! Enjoy the woods, streams, trails, the River Almond, and the Heritage Centre.
The name was given to the area by West Lothian Clarion founding member Sadiq Mir in 2007. The Alps are bordered by Linlithgow in the North, Bathgate in the South, Torphichen in the West and Winchburgh in the East.