Larkhall Burn and the Jedburgh Circular Route

Walking Route

Larkhall Burn and the Jedburgh Circular Route

Walking

Following part of the Jedburgh Circular Riding Route you can explore the area south-west of the town through woodland and the track above Skipping Burn.

You will pass through Swinnie Woods which is one of the smallest woodlands managed by Forestry Commission Scotland in the Scottish Borders. There is a picnic area in the forest as well as horse and bike trails.

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Distance:
4.5mi / 7.5km
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Total climb:
558ft / 170m
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Total descent:
558ft / 170m
Towns along route:
Jedburgh
Difficulty:
Easy
Difficulty notes:
Farm tracks and woodland paths. Parts of the walk can be muddy. Stout shoes or walking boots are recommended.
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What you'll see

Jedburgh

Towns & Villages

Jedburgh lies on the Jed Water, a tributary of the River Teviot.