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Places to go in Duns, Scottish Borders

Duns Town Trail

This walk takes you round the town of Duns in the Scottish Borders. The town is steeped in history, and you will find items of interest round every corner. Visit the Duns Town Trail website. Places to Stay in Duns ...
Type: Walking

Craik Forest Woodland Walks

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...
Type: Walking

Places to go in Melrose, Scottish Borders

The Darnick Walk, Melrose

This short walk, on the flat, around the village of Darnick, close to Melrose, takes about forty minutes, and includes the old village and the bank of the Tweed. Ideal for a pleasant summer's afternoon. Visit the The Darnick Walk website Places to Stay in Melrose...
Type: Walking

Places to go in Jedburgh, Scottish Borders

Walking at Harestanes Visitor Centre

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...
Type: Walking

Places to go in Kelso, Scottish Borders

Walking in Kelso

Three short walks, all starting from the Square, which will take you to all the places of interest, old and new. You will cross Rennie's Bridge, see the beautiful view of the Junction Pool and beyond to Floors Castle and have the opportunity to head out of town, either to the ruins of Roxburgh Castle or up to the Millennium Viewpoint and beyond. Visit the Kelso Walks website Places to ...
Type: Walking

Places to go in Lauder, Scottish Borders

Lauder Town Trail

This walk takes you round the town of Lauder in the Scottish Borders. The town is steeped in history, and you will find items of interest round every corner. Visit the Lauder Town Trail Places to Stay in Lauder ...
Type: Walking

Places to go in Melrose, Scottish Borders

Melrose Town Trail

This walk takes you round the town of Melrose in the Scottish Borders. The town is steeped in history, and you will find items of interest round every corner. Visit the Melrose Town Trail website Places to Stay in Melrose...
Type: Walking

Places to go in Melrose, Scottish Borders

St Cuthbert's Way

This 62 mile / 100km walk links the two religious sites of Melrose Abbey and Lindisfarne Priory. Visit the St Cuthbert's Way website Places to Stay in Melrose...
Type: Walking

Places to go in Galashiels, Scottish Borders

Thornielee Forest Picnic Site and Forest Walks

Description: This viewpoint and picnic site is the centre for a group of sign-posted walks maintained by the Forestry Commission. Excellent views of the Tweed Valley including Elibank Castle across the valley. Ownership: Forestry Commission Situation OS ref: NT 402365 How to get there: By car: On the A72 between Galashiels and Walkerburn. By public transport: Regular bus service...
Type: Walking

Places to go in Melrose, Scottish Borders

The Trimontium Roman/Mediaeval Walk

Description: Walk to the most important Roman military complex between Hadrian's Wall and the Antonine Wall which guarded and secured the crossing of the Tweed at Newstead in the 2nd century AD. Excavations have revealed some of what was going on there, but much has still to be done. Helpful boards and viewing platforms. Guided walks arranged throughout the summer months. Ownership: Op...
Type: Walking

Places to go in St-Boswells, Scottish Borders

Walks by the River Tweed

At many places there are pleasant walks along the banks of the River Tweed. A site to give information about the River Tweed, with details of some of the interesting places to visit, and places to view can be found at: Walks by the Tweed ...
Type: Walking

Places to go in Melrose, Scottish Borders

The Eildons Walk, Melrose

This walk, starting in Melrose will take you up the Eildon Hills, then down to Newstead Village and back to Melrose. The climbs are quite steep, and sensible footwear is a must. Visit The Eildons Walk website Places to Stay in Melrose...
Type: Walking

Newcastleton Forest Walks

Description: A series of five walks in the Newcastleton Forest. All are colour-coded. Blue Ponds Walk, 0.6 miles, Easy. A gentle stroll beside the Priesthill and around the ponds, whch are home to bright dragonflies during the summer months. Suitable for those with limited mobility, wheelchairs and children's buggies. Green Drove Road, 1.8 miles, Moderate (allow 1 hour). Following...
Type: Walking

Scottish Borders Walking