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  2. Arthur's Seat - Wikipedia's_Seat

    Arthur's Seat ( Scottish Gaelic: Suidhe Artair, pronounced [ˈs̪ɯi.əˈaɾt̪ʰəɾʲ]) is an ancient volcano which is the main peak of the group of hills in Edinburgh, Scotland, which form most of Holyrood Park, described by Robert Louis Stevenson as "a hill for magnitude, a mountain in virtue of its bold design". [1]

  3. Arthur’s Seat: Climb an Extinct Volcano in Edinburgh

    What is Arthur’s Seat? Arthur’s Seat is located in Holyrood Park, at the end of the Royal Mile. This large, grass covered hill is the remains of an extinct volcano that erupted 350 million years ago. Arthur’s Seat is the highest point of this extinct volcano.

  4. Arthur's Seat: The Complete Guide - TripSavvy

    Arthur’s Seat is the highest point in Holyrood Park. It towers up from the remains of a 350-million-year-old volcano, and stone and flint tools found on the site have revealed there was human activity there as far back as 5,000 B.C. The remains of two ancient volcanic vents can be seen on the Seat, the Lion's Head and the Lion's Haunch.

  5. Arthur's Seat (Edinburgh) - All You Need to Know BEFORE You Go

    Arthur's Seat is one of four hill forts, dating from around 2,000 years ago. Situated within Holyrood Park, as well as it's rich cultural heritage, the park offers walks, solace, wildlife, volcanic geology and unparalleled vistas of the city from its many vantage points.

  6. Holyrood Park and Arthur's Seat - VisitScotland

    Find out more about our reopening plans. The parks highest point is Arthur's Seat, an ancient volcano, and sits 251m above sea level giving excellent view of the city; it is also the site of a large and well preserved fort. This is one of four hill forts dating from around 2000 years ago.

  7. Visit Holyrood Park | Lead Public Body for Scotland's ...

    Climb Arthur’s Seat (251m) for 360-degree views of Edinburgh and the Lothians Take in the free exhibition about the park’s history, geology and archaeology at Holyrood Lodge Information Centre Discover Iron Age forts and Bronze Age agricultural terraces Visit St Anthony’s Chapel, a picturesque medieval ruin

  8. Arthur's Seat: 1197 Reviews, Map - AllTrails

    Arthur's Seat is the highest of a group of hills known as the Salisbury Crags (formed from the remains of an extinct volcano which last erupted 350 million years ago), that make up Holyrood Park. The summit is 251 metres high and surprisingly rocky and wild for a hill in the centre of a major city.

  9. Arthur's Seat - King Arthur's Knights

    Located inside Holyrood Park, Arthur’s Seat offers incredible views of Edinburgh and the surrounding area, including the sea to the East. The “Seat” is the alcove located almost half way between the highest point of the peak and the secondary point a little ways down.

  10. Walking Arthur’s Seat – Map the Route - Travels with a Kilt

    Walking Arthur’s Seat – Map the Route. One of the most popular hikes in the country given its central location in the capital, Arthur’s Seat is an easy and stunningly rewarding walk. From Holyrood Park to the east of the city centre you’ll have panoramic views throughout. Look out for North Berwick Law, the Forth Bridges and, of course ...

  11. Arthur's Seat – Edinburgh, Scotland - Atlas Obscura

    It is thought that around 350 million years ago, Arthur’s seat was formed by a volcanic eruption and the two bumpy summits are what is left of the volcano’s central vents (from where the hot lava...