Eildons

Cycling

A route which takes you in a loop passing the Rhymer’s Stone which offers pleasant views of the Tweed Valley.

There are two crests before dropping down to Eildon crossroads. The route continues to Bowden and then climbs to a summit at Bowdenmoor Reservoir which is perched on the west side of the Eildon Hills. The route descends and heads back towards Melrose.

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Distance:
8.5mi / 13.5km
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Total climb:
886ft / 270m
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Total descent:
886ft / 270m
Towns along route:
Melrose
Difficulty:
Easy
Difficulty notes:
Mostly low level route or with some climbing on trail and/or public roads.
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What you'll see

Melrose

Towns & Villages

The picturesque town of Melrose is located next to the River Tweed at the foot of the triple peaks of the Eildon Hills.