Inchbonny, Kersheugh and Ferniehirst

Walking Route

Inchbonny, Kersheugh and Ferniehirst


An interesting circular south of Jedburgh that passes heritage trees in the Ancient Jed Forest and Ferniehirst Castle.

The heritage trees are remnants of this old wood and the King of the Wood is thought to be 400 years old. Ferniehurst Castle mainly dates from the 16th century and is the seat of Clan Kerr.

5.5mi / 8.5km
Total climb:
754ft / 230m
Total descent:
754ft / 230m
Difficulty notes:
Roads farm tracks and paths on fields of livestock and arable land. Parts of the path can be muddy. Stout shoes or strong trainers are suggested.
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What you'll see

Drumlanrig’s Tower - Hawick

Buildings, Historic Buildings, Monuments & Statues

A recently restored 16th-century building