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Walks in Borders

The Borders is a large county in the very southeastern side of Scotland, right on the border with England. It is the most anglicised of all of the Scottish counties,and combines a short shoreline with an interior that has hills and lowland valleys.

The northern end of the Pennine Way can be found just within the southern border of the county at Kirk Yetholm, and the Sputhern Upland Way also passes through the county. Additionally, the western half of Saint Cuthbert's Way can also be found in the county.

 


 

Below is a map showing all the walks that I have completed in Borders.

Map of my walks

Completed walks in Borders

 
Eildon North Hill viewed from the Trig point on Eildon Mid Hill.

Cliffs near Scout Point.

Melrose Abbey.

   


List of walks in Borders

Walk No. Description Distance (miles)
226 St Abbs to Berwick-on-Tweed16.8
225 Thorntonloch to St Abbs15.4
113 Carfraemill to Tranent20.8
112 Melrose to Carfraemill14.7
111 Ancrum to Melrose13.8
110 Morebattle to Ancrum13.6
109 Kirk Yetholm to Morebattle6.7
48 18-mile bothy to Kirk Yetholm7.2
47 Byrness to 18-mile bothy18.1

This was a total of 127.1 miles in 9 walks (an average of 14.12 miles per walk).


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