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Monks Rigg and Braid Law

Nine Mile Burn, Scotland, UK

Follow the old Monks Road up over Cap Law into the heart of the Pentlands before returning via an old path through the Braid...

Southern Upland Way 8: St Mary's Loch to Traquair

St Mary's Loch, Scotland, UK

Beautiful lochside walking followed by a moorland crossing with fine views make this a very enjoyable stage.

Duns Law and Castle

Duns, Scotland, UK

This straightforward walk leads through the grounds of Duns Castle and includes the relatively easy climb to the top of Duns...

Linlithgow Palace and Loch

Linlithgow, Scotland, UK

An easy, level walk with lots of interest and wildlife - perfect for families. The circuit heads around Linlithgow Loch,...

Athelstaneford and the Garleton Hills

Athelstaneford, Scotland, UK

A panoramic walk along the spine of a modest range of hills offering substantial views over the surrounding countryside and...

West Kip, East Kip and Scald Law

Thriepmuir, Scotland, UK

This excellent circuit from the north side of the Pentlands tackles West and East Kip - the shapeliest of the range - en...

Borders Abbeys Way 2: Hawick to Selkirk

Hawick, Scotland, UK

The day starts with a steady climb through hill farming countryside, before descending to cross the Ale Water and another...

St Cuthbert's Way 1: Melrose to Harestanes

Melrose, Scotland, UK

Leaving the stunning Abbey and stone buildings of Melrose, the first section of the St Cuthbert's Way climbs between the...

Scald Law and Carnethy Hill

Flotterstone, Scotland, UK

Scald Law is the highest of the Pentlands; this popular approach reaches it via a switchback ridge, taking in the shapely...

John Muir Way 3- Aberlady to North Berwick

Aberlady, Scotland, UK

The John Muir Way is a continuous coastal path named in honour of the Scottish conservationist John Muir, who was born in...

Calderwood, near Livingston

Livingston, Scotland, UK

Calderwood is a wild ancient woodland on the very fringes of industrial Livingston. Saved from development by the ravines of...

Rosslyn Chapel and Castle circuit

Roslin, Scotland, UK

Explore the countryside and dramatic wooden gorge of Rosslyn Glen to pass the semi-ruined Rosslyn Castle. A good walk to...

John Muir Way 4: North Berwick to Dunbar

North Berwick, Scotland, UK

The John Muir Way is a continuous coastal path named in honour of the Scottish conservationist John Muir, who was born in...

Dun Rig Horseshoe

Peebles, Scotland, UK

A fantastic hill walk from Peebles, taking in the four peaks surrounding Glensax with extensive views in all directions....

Cockburn Law and St Edin's Hall

Abbey St Bathans, Scotland, UK

A circular walk with a straightforward ascent of Cockburn Law which offers excellent views over the surrounding Borders...

1 Monks Rigg and Braid Law Nine Mile Burn, Scotland, UK
2 Southern Upland Way 8: St Mary's Loch to Traquair St Mary's Loch, Scotland, UK
3 Duns Law and Castle Duns, Scotland, UK
4 Linlithgow Palace and Loch Linlithgow, Scotland, UK
5 Athelstaneford and the Garleton Hills Athelstaneford, Scotland, UK
6 West Kip, East Kip and Scald Law Thriepmuir, Scotland, UK
7 Borders Abbeys Way 2: Hawick to Selkirk Hawick, Scotland, UK
8 St Cuthbert's Way 1: Melrose to Harestanes Melrose, Scotland, UK
9 Scald Law and Carnethy Hill Flotterstone, Scotland, UK
10 John Muir Way 3- Aberlady to North Berwick Aberlady, Scotland, UK
11 Calderwood, near Livingston Livingston, Scotland, UK
12 Rosslyn Chapel and Castle circuit Roslin, Scotland, UK
13 John Muir Way 4: North Berwick to Dunbar North Berwick, Scotland, UK
14 Dun Rig Horseshoe Peebles, Scotland, UK
15 Cockburn Law and St Edin's Hall Abbey St Bathans, Scotland, UK

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