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Area: Dumfries and Galloway

From birdwatchers to families there is plenty to discover all year round. With experiences to suit all ages offering access to a huge variety of wildlife, it is no surprise we are an award-winning ...
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Category Dumfriesshire

'The 90,000 acre Estate boasts miles of beautiful walks and acres of gardens. Launch yourself down one of our championship mountain biking trails, or hook yourself a salmon, fishing on the river. A ...
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Category Dumfriesshire

'Established in 1947; the park boasts tranquil valleys encompassed by heather-clad hills, rugged rock faces, burns cascading down magestic slopes and the forest, moorland and lochs rising up to the ...
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'Langholm has some of the most scenic walks around the town and surrounding countryside. Catering for all abilities, you can enjoy family walks taking in lovely views of the Eskdale Valley ...
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Category Dumfriesshire

'Logan is an exotic paradise tucked away on the south-western tip of Scotland and set amidst some of the most majestic scenery the country has to offer ... Warmed by the Gulf Stream, the c ...
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Category Wigtownshire

'We are gradually creating a catalogue of Moffat walks from those that have been part of the annual Walking Festival over the last few years for you to return and enjoy.'


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Category Dumfriesshire

'Whether you are looking for an afternoon stroll, woodland or coastal walks, hill-walking, or rock-climbing , you'll find Newton Stewart offers a wide choice of scenic outings for all ages and abil ...
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Category Wigtownshire

'Dumfries and Galloway (Scots: Dumfries an Gallowa, Scottish Gaelic: Dùn Phrìs is Gall-Ghaidhealaibh) is one of 32 unitary council areas of Scotland and is located in the western S ...
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'Now firmly established as the biggest walking festival in the South of Scotland. Galloway is a wonderful location for walking and whether you enjoy the challenge of our true hill walking experienc ...
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Category Wigtownshire

'This is a circular walk of about 5 miles, from Annan Town Hall to Whinnyrig, then Summergate, Waterfoot and back to the Town. The walk can be shortened if required by returning to the town at Summ ...
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Category Dumfriesshire

'This is a walk which really gets under the skin of the landscape, offering you glimpses into the history and hidden secrets of this quiet and tranquil part of Scotland, parts of which have remaine ...
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Category Dumfriesshire

'This walk should be within the capability of an averagely fit family, although the walker should be prepared for a steady climb of 694 metres to the summit.'


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Category Wigtownshire

[1] The Wig (2.48 miles) - - - : [2] Mull of Galloway (0.43 miles) - - - : [3] The Burnside Trail (2 miles) - - - : [4] Cairnsmore of Fleet (2 miles) - - - : [5] Ken-Dee Marshes (3.1 miles) - - - : ...
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'To get the best out of this waymarked trail, you can either print out the information from this site or get the free Trail Leaflet obtainable from nearby Visitor Information points, including the ...
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Category Dumfriesshire

'The "Galloway Kite Trail" around beautiful Loch Ken promotes the population of kites, recently re-established in Kirkcudbrightshire, as a source of nature-based tourism to benefit local communitie ...
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'The site of the Battle of Trool is the spot where, in March 1307, Robert the Bruce defeated a 1500-strong English army led by Sir Aymer de Valence. Bruce's army numbered only 300 but, by luring th ...
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'Four fascinating trails centring on Dumfries where the murder of the Red Comyn launched the Wars of Independence which eventually secured freedom and independence for Scotland ... Full details of ...
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Category Dumfriesshire

'Border Reivers were raiders along the Anglo–Scottish border from the late 13th century to the beginning of the 17th century. Their ranks consisted of both Scottish and English fam ...
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Category Dumfriesshire

'The walks are described using plenty of pictures that take you sequentially along the routes from start to finish - with maps; where to park; historical and navigational information; and an attemp ...
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'The Southern Upland Way includes some very long and demanding stretches, walkers tackling the route in one expedition must be very fit and experienced hill walkers. You must be well equip ...
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Category Wigtownshire

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