Oxnam & Crailing

Cycling Route

Oxnam & Crailing

Cycling

This route initially takes you south of Jedburgh and with some steep climbing before descending to Mossburnford.

The next summit is at Dolphinstone before an easier stage to Oxnam. The Cheviot Hills can be seen on the horizon to the east before disappearing as you dip into the valley of the Oxnam Water. Continue straight through Oxnam and then head towards Crailinghall where the road is steep in places. Along here you will have fine views of the Waterloo Monument on Peniel Heugh. The road descends steeply to Crailing and as you head back to Jedburgh the last summit of the day is at Ulston.

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Distance:
17.5mi / 28.5km
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Total climb:
1,804ft / 550m
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Total descent:
1,804ft / 550m
Difficulty:
Moderate
Difficulty notes:
Mostly low level route or with some climbing on trail and/or public roads.
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What you'll see

Drumlanrig’s Tower - Hawick

History & Heritage

A recently restored 16th-century building