The Pentland Hills Regional Park is a nationally designated and internationally recognised protected landscape managed jointly by the City of Edinburgh, Midlothian and West Lothian Councils. The Pentland Hills Regional Park is a living, working landscape, which offers great opportunities to experience and enjoy the outdoors. Sculpted by glaciers and water, then shaped by people's interactions over thousands of years. The Park's 9160 ha is enjoyed by 600, 000 visitors a year, yet remains a place of peace and solitude. A rest bite from urban life.