Ever wanted to fly? Well, it's simple: take one Arthur's Seat peak, bend your body at 45 degrees and start flapping – bird noises optional. Promoting wind tunnel gusts and 360–degree views of the city, it's hard not to at least cock your head to one side in awe of Arthur's Seat. The path upwards is rather unforgiving and can be a bit of a slog if you're hung–over/a little bit chunkier than you used to be, but the rewards are more than worth it, and luckily it's also very difficult to miss, even for the little people. A cheap, straightforward way to have a little bit of an adventure, Famous Five stylee, but not advised for drunken Peter Pan aficionados or those who took R Kelly's word as gospel when he sang 'I believe I can fly'.