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Craik Forest Woodland Walks

Things to do in Hawick Scottish Borders
Walking in Scotland

Description: There are a number of woodland walks and footpaths around Craik which give access to historic sites. These include prehistoric settlements, a Roman road and medieval farmsteads.
Craik also has places of scenic beauty, wetland areas, ancient woodland and meadow sites with the associated wildlife.

Ownership:
Forestry Commission

Situation OS ref: NT 347083

How to get there:
By car: Turn left off the A7, onto the B711, just south of Hawick. Turn left at Roberton, along the unclassified road to Craik. Well signposted.
By public transport: N/A

Seasonal opening details:
Accessible all year

Opening Hours:
During daylight hours

Facilities:
Access is for walkers, cyclists and horse riders.
Toilets and less-able access.

Admission:

Contact:
Tel: 01750 721120

Attached attractions:

Additional Information

Web link: (where appropriate):

Places to stay nearby:
Hawick

Local towns and villages:
Hawick

Craik Forest Woodland Walks, Scotland