Yesterday I happened to be in Colinton around going home from school time.
This photo shows the state of the path just south of Colinton Primary School. It must have been in a similar condition for WEEKS - it's been mostly thawing for about 11 days.
The steepest part of the path has been gritted and the steps (out of sight in picture below) were clear of snow.
Clearly this is more of a pedestrian route than a cycling one, (though it is part of a fabulous mostly off-road route from Morningside to the base of the Pentlands following the Braid Burn), which should perhaps make it even more of a priority than the Innocent. (Yesterday after some posts on here, the Council indicated that it might clear the remaining snow on the Innocent SEE BELOW.)
It would be useful to record other paths that are still covered in ice/snow and those that ought to be considered as 'high' priority when it comes to gritting because of their strategic importance in a city that says it wants to encourage walking and cycling and spends money on "Safer Routes to School" projects.