Find activities and sports in the Scottish Borders to enjoy during your stay, with a selection of activities available on land and water.
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For all you need to know about fishing in Scotland visit Fishscotland Ltd, located in Stichill House in the pretty market town of Kelso.
Welcome to St Vedas Surf Shop, Hire Centre and Surf School based on the East coast of Scotland at Coldingham Bay in the Scottish borders.
A circular route with lung bursting climbs but panoramic views (Also the final part of the South Scotland Coast to Coast).
This 7.5mile route from Peebles takes you round Cademuir Hill.
This 13.5 mile route from Melrose climbs up towards Scott's View providing wonderful view of the River Tweed before looping round by Dryburgh.
This 20 mile route from Eyemouth heads towards Ayton Castle and then on the Paxton cross the Whiteadder Water.
A traditional heathland course laid out across Selkirk Hill.
A 24 mile route from Kelso taking in Bowmost Forest, Teviot Smokery, Monteviot House and Harestanes.
A 14 mile route from Hawick to Roberton.
This 53 mile route from Innnerleithen is a favourite of local cyclists.
Lauder Golf Course consists of nine holes measuring 6, 049-yards with a par of 72. Willie Park Jnr first laid it out in 1896. He holds the professional record for Lauder of 70, which he set in 1905.
Riding Schools & Centres
Kailzie Equestrian Centre is located on the outskirts of Peebles, the Scottish Borders, offering lessons in riding, hacking and trekking.
This is a 95 mile route starting in Biggar and following the River Tweed to Berwick-upon-Tweed.
This 8.5 mile route from Selkirk takes in Ettrickfoot and Yair before returning to Selkirk.
Mountain Bike Trails
The easiest of the three mountain bike routes at Glentress - doesn't mean it's flat!
Eighteen hole, 5555 yds, SSS 67, Par 68 day.
This is a short 5 mile route from Melrose to Abbotsford, former home of Sir Walter Scott.
This 26 mile route from Eyemouth heads towards Ayton Castle and Grantshouse with views of the Cheviots and the Lammermuirs.
Horse Riding Routes & Trails
North Tweeddale Routes (including Cauldstone Slap, Old Roman Road (west and east), North Slipperfield, Stonypath, Catwalk, The Loan, Kaimes, John's Path, Old Coach Road and Old Drove Road) offer various stretches of countryside to explore.
Designed by the world renowned golf course architect Dave Thomas, this championship standard golf course is located within the stunning Tweed Valley.