Cove and Dunglass Circular

Walking Route

Cove and Dunglass Circular


A short circular taking in Cove and Dunglass. Cove is a coastal settlement that sits above the shore and looks down on to the old harbour at Cove.

The village hosts one of the poignant bronze sculptures by Jill watson that commemorate the East Coast Fishing Disaster of 1881.

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

3mi / 4.5km
Total climb:
295ft / 90m
Total descent:
295ft / 90m
Towns along route:
Cockburnspath, Cove
Difficulty notes:
Gentle terrain on grassy paths and pavements. Strong shoes or trainers adequate.
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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.