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.
Peggy's Pool on the North Esk River
Offering both guided and unguided tours with rentals of BMW motorcycles in Scotland.
Walking along riverside grassland, woodland paths, some muddy in places and board walks, road. Distance 11 miles/5.5 or 6 hours
The Diamond Jubilee Path was developed to provide a long term local legacy in celebration of Queen Elizabeth II's Diamond Jubilee
Bowmont Forest lies 3 miles south of Kelso, to the east of Eckford.
A short route with an excellent biodiversity trail. Distance: 1 mile/45 min-1 hour
This walking route starts at Vogrie House and takes walkers through a narrow wood which.
Get close to magnificent ospreys at the Wild Watch viewing centre at Glentress and catch a glimpse of them on the webcam in season.
This circular route explores the Hirsel Estate’s policy woodlands starting from Coldstream.
Children's Play Area, 7-a-side Grass Football Pitch, Changing Facilities
An intermediate walk on mostly good paths with some stretches can be muddy after wet weather. Boots or strong shoes are recommended. Distance: 7 miles
Lovely walks on Tarred pathway to riverside, suitable for wheelchairs, and whin pathways to woodlands, ponds and wildflower meadows
Sheepdog Demonstration in the beautiful Moorfoot hills. Come and watch sheepdogs in action in their own environment
This short circuit takes you south of Peebles and round Cademuir Hill. 7.5 miles
Voted one of Scotland’s hidden gems by US Sports Illustrated, Glencorse is a friendly picturesque inland18 hole parkland course.
The walk involves minor roads, tracks, well surfaced paths, but be aware there's no signposting. Distance: 4 miles/ 2 - 3 hours to complete
Originally an 18 hole course, established in 1884 and designed by James Braid around the Ladhope Burn, the original layout was re-designed to current 9-holes
The Bird Gardens is home to some of the world's rarest and most endangered birds.
Adrenalin Uplift - Mtb Uplift and Shuttle service
A long distance route (13 miles/5-7 hours) through road, farm tracks, paths and open hill. We advise you take an ordnance survey map
Fala Flow Loch is worth exploring when walking round Fala Moor. Park in Fala village
TweedLove, the UK's biggest bike festival.
Where adventures and begin and stories are made
Boat trips, sea fishing and coastal sightseeing from Eyemouth, Berwickshire
Crossing the historic Union Chain Bridge takes you onto a circular route in the English borders
The Smuggler's Trail is a route retracing the history of smugglers from the 1750s on the Berwickshire coast.
Explore the dark side of Dalkeith in an evening walking tour. Retrace the steps taken by witches, murderers and grave robbers
A leisurely walk following a country road before joining the old driveways. Duration: 3 miles/1.5 hours to complete
Marine Quest – inspiring diving around St Abbs, Eyemouth and the Firth of Forth. The Harbourside – first-class accommodation for divers
An easy walk along Mainly grassy and stone paths. Duration: 1.5miles/1 hour to complete