Edin’s Hall Broch

Walking Route

Edin’s Hall Broch


An interesting circular that you can extend by following the Southern Upland Way up to Edgar’s Cleuch.

There is an optional detour up to Cockburn Law. Edin’s Hall Broch’s remains date back to 500BC when earthworks enclosed the settlement where the broch was built several hundred years later.

Abbey St Bathans lies just over 7 miles north of Duns.

5.5mi / 8.5km
Total climb:
918ft / 280m
Total descent:
918ft / 280m
Towns along route:
Abbey St Bathans
Difficulty notes:
Tracks, field margins, woodland paths and minor roads.
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What you'll see

Abbey St Bathans

Towns & Villages

Abbey St Bathans is situated in a wooded valley which follows the Whiteadder Water.

Edin's Hall Broch - Abbey St Bathans

Ancient, Roman & Iron Age, Ruins

Visit a rare example of a Lowland broch.