Get your heart pumping! Speed along world-famous mountain bike trails, take in the magnificent views on a hike, or discover woodlands teeming with wildlife. Whether you have a need for speed or are looking to be inspired, get your thrills right where Scotland starts.
Dawyck Botanic Garden is an impressive Garden in the hills of the Scottish Borders with seasonal displays of colourful flowers and plants and breathtaking trees
Uniquely in the Borders this golf resort has the most popular golf course and also one of the most popular award winning restaurants! It is…
Innerleithen, one of the 7stanes mountain biking trail centres, is famous for its four downhill trails which is a must for any thrill seeker. In…
Discover peace among manicured lawns and scented borders with panoramic views of Melrose Abbey and the Eildon Hills.
The award-winning Coldingham beach
Breath-taking coastal headland with dramatic cliffs, famed for its seabird colonies!
Alpaca trekking in the Scottish Borders
We do Scuba Diving/Air and Nitrox fills for divers and we have Accommodation all at St abbs Harbour
Duns Castle Nature Reserve is surrounded by mixed woodland with two man-made lochs; Hen Loch and Mill Dam.
Ridelines award winning Mountain Bike Tuition delivers everything from mountain bike skills courses to guided mountain bike rides.
Newcastleton is one of the 7stanes mountain bike trail centres offering routes for beginners and those seeking a more adventurous ride.
Monteviot House and Gardens is the official home of the Marquis of Lothian and is set in 30 acres of gardens, parkland and woodlands.
Tree Top Challenge course high in the trees, including Zip Lines.
Surf Shop, Hire Centre and Surf School
Gentle trips exploring our amazing coastline, or Fast Blast trips for thrill seekers.
Nestled in the Cheviot Hills, Beirhope offers a stunning backdrop to meet or trek with Alpacas. Great fun for all.
A circuit around the beautiful St Mary's loch, the largest in the Scottish Borders with ever-changing stunning views.
An outstanding view of the River Tweed and Eildon Hills
The Bird Gardens is home to some of the world's rarest and most endangered birds.
The Toll House is a short circular route which crosses the Leithen Water and the River Tweed over the Haughhead Viaduct.
St Mary's Loch lies right in the heart of the Scottish Borders between Selkirk and Moffat and provides a beautiful setting for a relaxing walk.
Talla Reservoir is located a mile southeast from Tweedsmuir in the Scottish Borders. It is an earth-work dam fed by Talla Water and supplies water…
Children's Play Area, 7-a-side Grass Football Pitch, Changing Facilities
Get close to magnificent ospreys at the Wild Watch viewing centre at Glentress and catch a glimpse of them on the webcam in season.
A pleasant circular route around Abbotsford’s grounds, home of Sir Walter Scott
A short circular through the Swinnie Plantation, Swinnie Woods is one of the smallest woodlands managed by Forestry Commission Scotland in the Scottish Borders.
Stroll around the enchanted Glentress ponds with lots of wildlife spotting opportunities en route.
Children's Play Area, Artificial Sports Pitch, Formal/Memorial/Floral Display, Wheeled Sports Facility, and Artificial Sports Pitch
Cringletie House 400 year old walled garden, today producing fruit, vegetables and flowers for the hotel.
Where adventures begin and stories are made.