Cockburnspath and Pease Circular

Walking Route

Cockburnspath and Pease Circular


A varied and interesting route taking in Pease Dean Nature Reserve and a section of the Berwickshire Coastal path and the Southern Upland Way.

The places included in these routes have beautiful deans and interesting history. Pease Bay caravan park has a cafe and shop.

Cockburnspath and Cove lie just over 12 miles north-west of Eyemouth by the A1107 or the A1.

5.5mi / 9km
Total climb:
787ft / 240m
Total descent:
787ft / 240m
Towns along route:
Cockburnspath, Cove
Difficulty notes:
Road and rough grassy paths. Unguarded steep drops between Cove and Pease. Boots recommended for Pease Dean in all seasons but Summer.
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What you'll see


Towns & Villages

Cockburnspath is a village near the North Sea between Edinburgh and Berwick-upon-Tweed


Towns & Villages

Cove is a picturesque village situated 18 miles northwest of the Scottish border with England.