Sporting venues - must be built venue.

Duddingston Golf Club, a venue for all occassions. To a golfer, a parkland course that never fails to impress.

Glencorse Golf, was founded in 1890 and designed by Willie Park.

The EICA Ratho is built against a quarry rock face amongst the rolling hills of Ratho.

Indoor ice rink with the Olympic sized ice surface measures 200ft ( 61m ) x 97ft (29.5m) offering skating as well as various events.

This Edinburgh University 2.7 hectare site offers training and competition facilities two and a half miles from the city centre. It incorporates the National Hockey Academy.

The Royal Commonwealth Pool (RCP), aka "the Commie", is a broad, squarish building in the Newington area to the South of the City. The building, with its Olympic sized pool housed within, was originally completed in time for the 1970 Commonwealth Games and was used again in the 1986 Games.

Scotland's first dedicated indoor climbing centre established in a former church building by Newhaven harbour in 1994.

The 11 mile by 6 mile Pentland Hills Regional Park, established on 22 October 1984, stretches from the City Bypass in the North (the southernwest reaches of Edinburgh), to the Borders Region in the

Bristo Yoga School has a range of classes in Ashtanga, Hatha and other styles of yoga.

You'd be forgiven for thinking that with a name like "Midlothian Snowsports Centre" that there'd be some white stuff on the piste at this ski and snowboard facility. However, the centre - still referred to by many local skiers by its old name and locale of Hillend - is a dry slope set on the side of the Pentland Hills on the outskirts of Edinburgh.