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.
A moderate walk for experienced walkers over a mixture of moorland and farmland. There are good views over Edinburgh and Fife
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Straiton Pond Local Nature Reserve is a small wildlife haven, set amid rolling farmland, and close to Loanhead and Straiton Retail Park
These distinctive hills have well marked routes for walking as part of longer routes or just as a day out in themselves
This short circuit takes you south of Peebles and round Cademuir Hill. 7.5 miles
Pease Dean is a beautiful, ancient semi-natural woodland.
An iron foundry was established here in 1648, manufacturing iron bars, sheet iron and heavy metal goods. The hammers were powered by the water from…
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
An easy walk along Mainly grassy and stone paths. Duration: 1.5miles/1 hour to complete
This is a widely acclaimed golf course, matured over decades and designed sympathetically to blend in with the spectacular rolling landscape of the Borders
One of the four reservoirs in the Pentlands regional park.
Children's play area, artificial sports pitch and changing facilities
An opportunity to get up close to Scotlands most iconic species in a truly natural setting.
The Diamond Jubilee Path was developed to provide a long term local legacy in celebration of Queen Elizabeth II's Diamond Jubilee
A jewel in the Borders golfing crown, Peebles is a Harry Colt designed course set in a beautiful location overlooking the town and surrounding Tweed…
This walking route starts at Vogrie House and takes walkers through a narrow wood which.
Explore the rustic walled garden located in the ancient precinct of Melrose Abbey.
Amazing adventures in 200 year old giant trees - come climb high with us today!
View of the 14th fairway from the 14th tee.
Children's play area
An easy cycle through the towns Clovenfords, Melrose, Galashiels, and Tweedbank. Distance: 7.7 miles
Unique attractions & activities for visitors to enjoy, including walks, fishing, golf, cafe, shops, crafts and art galleries. Great day out for all the family.
TRSS and ABRS Approved Riding School and Trekking centre
This walking starts in the beautiful village of Roslin.
This is a relatively gentle route that follows the north-west bank of the Ettrick Water as far as its confluence with the Yarrow Water.
E-bike hire from half day to 7 days, available from our Innerleithen e-bike library.
This is a more challenging walk on forestry tracks, farm tracks, paths and open hill and hill tracks. Some sections may be muddy at times.…
Edinburgh's only woodland laser combat arena which is set in a forest just off the city bypass. Safe, family friendly fun for all ages from…
The Cally Golf Course lies beautifully in a magnificent parkland setting surrounding the Cally Palace Hotel in Gatehouse of Fleet.
One of Scotland’s Great Trails was designed as a remote walking experience so good planning is necessary. Do not attempt unless properly prepared