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.
Gladhouse Reservoir is the largest area of freshwater in the Lothians. It was created in 1879 by the engineer James Leslie
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.
One of the four reservoirs in the Pentlands regional park.
Jenny Barry was reputed to be one of the two witches or 'carlins' from which the village of Carlops takes its name.
Developed by Jedforest Trails with mountain bikers in mind. Distance: 25miles
Hands on furniture making courses for all abilities
One of Scotland’s Great Trails was designed as a remote walking experience so good planning is necessary. Do not attempt unless properly prepared
A beautiful spot, surrounded by woodlands to take a walk. Be aware there's no path all around the 36 acre reservoir
This is a good walk with beautiful views. Grade: Moderate Distance: 5 miles
Four colour coded cycle trails for riders of all levels, using mainly unclassified and B roads starting from Gunsgreen House.
A short circular through the Swinnie Plantation, Swinnie Woods is one of the smallest woodlands managed by Forestry Commission Scotland in the Scottish Borders.
A pleasant circular route around Abbotsford’s grounds, home of Sir Walter Scott
A walk taking in Midlothian’s former paper and gunpowder mill sites.
Children's Play Area
Tweed Valley Forest Park is made of up seven forests in the Scottish Borders and is the most popular and visited forest in Scotland.
This circular route explores the Hirsel Estate’s policy woodlands starting from Coldstream.
Where adventures begin and stories are made
Multi award winning golf course located on the stunning Berwickshire Coast
Wilton Lodge Park sits by Hawick and is the largest formal park in the Borders region.
The Stobo Japanese Water Garden was created over a hundred years ago and is a serene and tranquil hidden gem in the grounds of Stobo…
The Diamond Jubilee Path was developed to provide a long term local legacy in celebration of Queen Elizabeth II's Diamond Jubilee
Recognised as one of the premier clubs in the Borders, Torwoodlee welcomes visitors from around the world to sample a majestic and picturesque 18 hole…
The entrance to the park is marked by a triumphal arch, erected and paid for by the people of Kelso
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
This circular is easier than its length suggests because it follows forestry tracks and has super views over the Tweed Valley hills. Duration: 3-4hours
Fishing on the River Tweed
A gentle walk around a reservoir built to supply water to Edinburgh and surrounding areas
This is a 42 mile route from Innerleithen following the Ettrick Valley.
Roslin Glen Country Park, a place with a rich industrial and cultural heritage. Explore the natural Esk Valley on a number of walks spotting wildlife
A small loch, wooded on its north shore and a great habitat for birdlife. Folklore records that the loch is home to a bogle in…