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Across the Cricket Park, Scottish Borders
Across the Cricket Park

Walking at Harestanes Visitor Centre

Things to do in Jedburgh Scottish Borders
Walking in Scotland

Description: There are four walks which start and finish at the centre plus access to St Cuthbert's Way.

Cricket Park Walk (signposted Yellow)
Circular walk, 1.5 km long and suitable for pushchairs and assisted wheelchairs.

River Teviot Walk (signposted Blue)
Linear walk, 6km to viewpoint at Nisbet Mill Cauld.

Folly Loch Walk (signposted Red)
Circular walk, 6km includes section on minor road.

Peniel Heugh Walk (signposted Green)
Linear walk, 6km with great views from the summit.
No access to the Wellington Monument, and no dogs allowed on Peniel Heugh

Operator:
Scottish Borders Council

Situation – OS ref: NT 641244

How to get there:
By car: Just off the A68, near Ancrum, between St Boswells and the turn off for Hawick.
By public transport: Buses from St Boswells to Jedburgh pass the road end. About a one mile walk to the centre.

Seasonal opening details:
Walks are open all year, but facilities are closed during Winter - November till March.

Opening Hours:
Dawn till dusk

Facilities - only available when Centre is open - March till October
Gift Shop
Tearoom
Tourist Information

Admission:
Free

Contact:
Tel: 01835 830306

Attached attractions:
Children’s Play Park and Adventure Playground


Additional info:
SBTB 3 star Visitor Attraction
Green Tourism Business Scheme Gold Award
Lies on St Cuthbert’s Way long distance walk.

Web link: (where appropriate):

Places to stay nearby:
Jedburgh

Local towns and villages:
-Ancrum
- Jedburgh

Harestanes Visitor Centre, Scottish Borders
Harestanes Visitor Centre
View up to Peniel Heugh, Scottish Borders
View up to Peniel Heugh

Walking at Harestanes Visitor Centre, Scotland