The Toll house Circular

Walking Route

The Toll house Circular

Walking

This is a pleasant short circular route crossing the Leithen Water and the River Tweed over the Haughhead Viaduct part of the infrastructure of the old railway line.

Haughhead Viaduct was a railway bridge and is category B listed, comprising six-spans with a combination of stone piers and iron girders. The Toll House once collected money to fund the road works that were undertaken by Turnpike Trusts after 1751.

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Distance:
3mi / 5km
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Total climb:
197ft / 60m
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Total descent:
197ft / 60m
Towns along route:
Innerleithen
Difficulty:
Easy
Difficulty notes:
Tarmac pavements, good paths, riverside paths. Some sections may be very muddy. Boots or strong shoes needed in wet conditions.
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What you'll see

Innerleithen

Towns & Villages

The small town of Innerleithen sits at the confluence of the River Tweed where it meets the Leithen water.