John Muir Way

Buy a John Muir Way Passport at the Corbie Inn and collect stamps and offers along the route.

The Corbie Inn in Bo’ness is just off the Linlithgow to South Queensferry section of the John Muir Way – one of Scotland’s “Great Trails”.

The full route – covering 134 miles – offers walkers and cyclists a unique journey through Scotland’s landscapes, history and heritage. The John Muir Way runs from Helensburgh in the West to Dunbar in the East.

The Corbie Inn is an ideal stopping point for anyone completing the full trail or exploring shorter stretches. The pub is a Stamping Station for the John Muir Way passport. You can also buy JMW passports in the pub.

John Muir Way Stamping Station logo
John Muir Way Passports Welcome

Passport holders can get 10 per cent off the total cost of a sit-in meal and drinks at the Corbie Inn; and anyone with a completed passport (featuring all the stamps from the route) can get 15 per cent off a meal.

Please mention the offer to Corbie staff when ordering. Offers are subject to availability.

The passport also offers discounts/extras at other venues along the route of the John Muir Way. For more information about the coast to coast route, visit 

Images courtesy of Scotland: The Big Picture –

Walkers and cyclists can benefit from stopping off at The Corbie Inn to get:

  • free tourist information
  • free Wi-Fi
  • secure bike storage
  • food and drinks to go
  • free water (for your water bottles and visiting dogs) and
  • discounts for John Muir Way Passport holders.

You’ll find a map and contact details for the pub on this website.

You can also find local visitor information on the VisitFalkirk and UnlockBoness websites.