Ettrickfoot & Yair

Cycling Route

Ettrickfoot & Yair

Cycling

This route heads north from Selkirk by following the Ettrick Water downstream towards Lindean. You then cross both the Ettrick Water and the River Tweed at Ettrickfoot.

The route climbs a bit then eases out beyond The Rink before dropping down to Yair Bridge. The road climbs gradually out of the Tweed Valley and winds its way past High Sunderland and Linglie before returning to Selkirk.

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Distance:
9mi / 14.5km
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Total climb:
558ft / 170m
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Total descent:
558ft / 170m
Towns along route:
Selkirk
Difficulty:
Easy
Difficulty notes:
Low level route with little or no climbing. Minimal traffic, and some traffic free.
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What you'll see

Selkirk

Towns & Villages

Selkirk is one of the oldest Royal Burghs in Scotland and also one of the earliest settlements in what is now the Scottish Borders.