Looking over the B6355 road over the Lammermuir hills to the north
A couple mountain biking in the Scottish Borders
Sir Walter Scott's View over the River Tweed towards the Eildon Hills
Breathe in the fresh country air and explore forests and woodlands in the Scottish Borders on foot with an easily accessible range of trails and treks to suit all abilities and interests.
A strikingly beautiful part of Scotland, exploring the forests and woodlands of the Scottish Borders is a great way to grab some fresh air and enjoy some fantastic views.
Explore the seven forests of Tweed Valley Forest Park where you can find waymarked walks, mountain bike trails, fascinating wildlife and stunning scenery. Encounter the remains of prehistoric settlements, medieval farmsteads and a spectacular waterfall on the woodland trails and footpaths of Craik Forest, situated in the heart of the Southern Uplands.
Found deep within the Tweed Valley, Glentress Forest offers 12 miles of walking trails and the opportunity to spot buzzards and roe deer or why not enjoy horse riding trails in Caberston, Cademuir and Cardrona forests?
Use these listings to help plan your trip to the forests and woodlands of the Scottish Borders.