Destinations for every season
I was extremely interested to read a recent article in the winter 2010 edition of the Scottish Borders Connect magazine, a community newspaper produced by Scottish Borders Council entitled ‘Even more paths around the Scottish Borders to walk in’. The article promotes the fact that a series of booklets describing walking routes in different parts of the Scottish Borders have been reprinted.
First Snow hits Scottish Borders
We awoke this morning in Jedburgh in the Scottish Borders to a wonderful wintery scene with about four inches of snow falling overnight. The area already renowned for its natural beauty took on an even more enchanting appearance. We headed out with our Border Collie Mitch on his usual river walk along the Jed Water. We headed up towards Jedburgh Castle Jail stopping to catch
Some Great suggestions for both walking and cycling in the Scottish Borders
Walking The St Cuthbert’s Way – starts in Melrose and finishes on the breath taking HolyIsland. People take 4 -7 days to complete it. The walk passes through Morebattle which is an ideal base as it’s so central. If you have use of a car you could walk some sections then get picked up at the end of the day.