organised walkes viewpoints points of interest etc in The Scottish Borders
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Country Parks, Walks & Viewpoints in The Scottish Borders

Includes parks, walking, points of interest etc in The Scottish Borders...







The Scottish Borders Country Parks, Walks & Viewpoints

Eildon Hills

From Melrose, Borders take the B6359 road and turn left at Eildon Walk signpost, cross bridge and follow footpath for panoramic walk. For Scott's View (named after Sir Walter Scott who stopped here many times for the view) take the B6356 off the A68 by Melrose. This road also leads to Dryburgh Abbey

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Forests of the Scottish Borders

Peebles, Selkirk, Galashiels, Hawick, and Jedburgh (are the nearest towns or villages)
Tel: Kellie Brown on 01750 721120
E-mail: kellie.brown@forestry.gsi.gov.uk     Web: www.forestry.gov.uk

The rolling hills and beautiful valley of the Border forests allow for a wide range of pursuits. From quiet walks to the mountain bike trails.

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St. Abb's Head

Off the A1107, 2 miles (3km) north of Coldingham, Borders
Tel: 018907 71443

National Trust for Scotland. 300ft high cliffs that are home to colonies of birds that nest on the ledges from April to August. A National Nature Reserve.

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