One of the World's most important geological locations!
The Cheviot Hills are ideal for walkers, climbers, mountain biking and horse riding
An outstanding view of the River Tweed and Eildon Hills
These distinctive hills have well marked routes for walking as part of longer routes or just as a day out in themselves
St Mary's Loch lies right in the heart of the Scottish Borders between Selkirk and Moffat and provides a beautiful setting for a relaxing walk.
The River Tweed is 97 miles long and runs east through the Scottish Borders down into northern England and has some wonderful walks along the…
Gladhouse Reservoir is the largest area of freshwater in the Lothians. It was created in 1879 by the engineer James Leslie
A moderately strenuous but relatively short walk over the top of the North Pentlands with excellent views all round