Gala Hill and Langlee Woodland

Walking Route

Gala Hill and Langlee Woodland

Walking

A circular around the town that passes through Gala Policies, Gala Hill and Langlee Woodland. This route follows the Southern Upland Way in parts.

Langlee Woodland and Community Woodland (planted in 1997) provide a backdrop of significant landscape value to the north side of Galashiels; they also provide good biodiversity. Gala Policies were bought by the then Selkirkshire County Council in 1974 and provide a charming woodland park.

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Distance:
7mi / 11.5km
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Total climb:
1,509ft / 460m
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Total descent:
1,509ft / 460m
Towns along route:
Galashiels
Difficulty:
Moderate
Difficulty notes:
Woodland paths, farm fields, farm tracks and road. Steps and stiles on route.
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What you'll see

Galashiels

Towns & Villages

Lying in the narrow valley of the Gala Water, Galashiels is one of the most popular towns in the Scottish Borders.