This guidebook to the Border Country region in Scotland and north Northumberland contains 46 day walks, 5 long distance routes and 7 town trails in the broad uncrowded hills of the Southern Uplands, Cheviots, Tweeddale and Teviotdale, Ettrick Forest and the Tweedsmuir Hills. From gentle ambles to harder hill walks there are walks here to suit all.

Seasons

Seasons

Recommended months are April to October.
Centres

Centres

Melrose, Kelso, Jedburgh, Yetholm, Selkirk, Wooler, Hawick, Moffat, St Mary’s Loch
Difficulty

Difficulty

Varied – suitable for the committed mountain walker to the leisurely valley stroller. All routes graded for difficulty.
Must See

Must See

Wild solitude of the Cheviots; historic castles, pele towers and stone circles; Ettrick Horseshoe; Berwick-upon-Tweed trail
ISBN
9781852844592
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Published
Published
1 Jun 2005
Reprinted
6 Oct 2010
Edition
Third
Pages
272
Size
17.2 x 11.6 x 1.7cm
Weight
320g
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Alan Hall

Alan Hall is an experienced walker and full-time writer and photographer. Author of ten books on the outdoors, he is the author of several Cicerone guides, including 'The Border Country – A Walker's Guide' and 'Walks in the Lammermuirs'. Alan has explored many parts of the Pyrenees, Italy and Sri Lanka, plus some 20 Greek islands, of which Crete continues to be his favourite island.

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