This circular structure dates back to the 16th century and is one of a number of dovecots built to house and feed pigeons over the…
12km walk to Black and Well Hills.
The name derived from the times when travelling people camped here
The Glenesk Viaduct spans a deep gorge over the North Esk, at Dalkeith. Opened in 1847, it is one of the earliest major railway bridges…
This route is a useful link from the Borders Railway and connects with other routes beyond Clovenfords and Melrose. 7.7 miles
Horse riding for all ages and standards, both indoor and outdoors.
The tolbooth was where market traders paid levies to sell their goods and where those who fell foul of the law were imprisoned
8km walk along both sides of the River Esk.
Within the grounds is the family tomb of Mungo Park, the Borders-born explorer of Africa
This 6km walk starts at Tynron Hall Car Park.
This is a 4km walk starting from Kilngreen car park.