The National Trust for Scotland’s St Abbs Head Nature Reserve

Walking Route

The National Trust for Scotland’s St Abbs Head Nature Reserve

Walking

An excellent route for birdwatching or just taking in the stunning coastline on the Berwickshire coast.

This National Trust for Scotland Nature Reserve at St Abbs is arguably the most spectacular section of the Berwickshire coastline. You will pass St Abbs lighthouse built in 1862 by the renowned engineers David and Thomas Stevenson.

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Distance:
3.5mi / 5.5km
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Total climb:
689ft / 210m
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Total descent:
689ft / 210m
Towns along route:
St Abbs
Difficulty:
Easy
Difficulty notes:
Steps and rough trodden path, boots recommended.
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What you'll see

St Abbs

Towns & Villages

St Abbs is a remote but beautiful fishing village on the southeastern coast of Scotland.