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A-Z of WALKS and CATEGORIES

Area: Scottish Borders

[1] Duchess's Drive (7 miles) - - - : [2] Lady's Walk (2 miles) - - - : [3] Bell o' the Woods (1 mile) - - - : [4] Lochs Walk (2 miles) - - - : [5] Tree Trail (2 miles)


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Category Selkirkshire

'Local, annual walking festival put on by local, passionate, experienced walk leaders. Meet old friends and make new ones at our yearly events.' [Tripadvisor]


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Category Selkirkshire

'Located only an hour south of Edinburgh, Glentress Peel in Glentress Forest is the gateway to Tweed Valley Forest Park.'


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Category Peeblesshire

'Apart from local walks Melrose is situated at the hub of several long distance paths either passing through or starting / ending in the town. Some of these routes have now been categorised as "Sco ...
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Category Roxburghshire

[1] River and Woodland Walk (2 miles) - - - : [2] Ettleton Walk (2.5 miles) - - - : Read More...

Category Roxburghshire

'We extend a warm welcome to all new walkers, visitors and guests. You can walk with any group and if you think you might enjoy walking with us, please have a look at our Walks page, choos ...
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The Scottish Borders 'was created in 1975, by merging the former counties of Berwickshire, Peeblesshire, Roxburghshire, and Selkirkshire and part of Midlothian, as a two-tier regio ...
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'Attracts walkers from all over the UK and Europe for dozens of organised walks across the breathtaking scenery of the Scottish Borders. It is the longest established walking festival in Scotland, ...
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'The Borders is a land of contrasts - one of Europe‘s most beautiful unspoilt regions. For the walker, it offers space to breathe clean air. There are rolling hills, extensive mature forests, super ...
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'One of Britain's most important upland nature reserves. It's a site of European conservation importance due to its active blanket bog and heather heaths. The River Rede and its tributaries add to ...
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Category Roxburghshire

'The 64.5 mile / 103 Km walk was developed around the four ruined Border Abbeys and the location of an even earlier but short lived Tironsian Abbey in Selkirk. Although all four are now in ruin the ...
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Category Roxburghshire

'Rough moorland tracks and paths, very boggy in places.'


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Category Peeblesshire

'Three of the walks are in the settlements of Clovenfords and Caddonfoot and two of the longer walks go through the farms whose hills overlook these places. There are a variety of routes ranging fr ...
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Category Selkirkshire

'Booklet includes 11 routes starting from Peebles in Central Tweeddale. The area is ideal for walking because the town is surrounded by rolling hills, includes areas of extensive woodland and offer ...
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Category Peeblesshire

'Easy access to the Countryside route booklet, divided into nine parts. This edition published June 2013: [1] Introduction - - - : [2] River routes 1-4 - - - : [3] River routes 5-8 - - - : [4] Loch ...
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Category Accessible Walks

'Scotland’s longest walking route, the 470-mile Gore-Tex Scottish National Trail, will be officially opened by the First Minister of Scotland, Alex Salmond MSP, on October 30th at the Wate ...
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Category Roxburghshire

'The routes described range from short strolls to strenuous hill climbs. Each route has a summary containing distance, estimated time to complete, start and finish points and an indication of the t ...
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Category Selkirkshire

These are 'walks on the Eastern Section of The Southern Upland Way ... The Booklet contains descriptions for 55 walks in the Scottish Borders, along with information on features and places ...
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'Walkers can enjoy the SoSCT network throughout the year, and many of the routes around West Linton, Peebles and Innerleithen, the forest paths and tracks in Cardrona, Cademuir, Glentress and Ae Fo ...
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'Most people walk St. Cuthbert's Way from west to east, which chronologically fits in with St. Cuthbert's life, but more importantly means the wind is usually behind you, and Holy Island l ...
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Category Roxburghshire

'The former railway lines of Upper Tweeddale in the Scottish Borders have huge potential as walking, cycling and horseriding routes. This is clearly demonstrated by the many users enjoying the new ...
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Category Peeblesshire

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