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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A parkland course of outstanding natural beauty with the Cheviot Hills in panoramic view.
Mountain Bike Trails
Zoom down narrow descents through the trees!
Situated between the Minto Hills and Teviot Valley, a parkland course, renowned for being in good condition,where trees are the main hazard, with a few sand bunkers and sloping, tricky greens.
Newcastleton Golf Course sits on the side and on the top of Holm Hill and enjoys splendid views over the Liddesdale Valley and Newcastleton.
Rock UK Whithaugh Park Adventure is a 110 acre adventure centre on the outskirts of Newcastleton in the Scottish Borders.
Farx4 is a specialist off-road training centre based in Chesters on the outskirts of the Scottish Borders town of Hawick.
This 19.5 mile route starts in Selkirk towards Ettrickbridge and climbs up to the summit of Witchie Knowe with views of the Yarrow Valley before returning to Selkirk.
Gradual inclining hill course with panoramic views of the surrounding countryside.
Mountain Bike Trails
Close to the Scotland-England border, Newcastleton has trails for all levels. There is plenty of fun to be had here on routes shorter than at most of the other 7stanes.
The course was designed by James Braid who also designed Carnoustie and Gleneagles amongst many other courses.
This short 7 mile route takes you from Selkirk to Bowhill and back.
This 100 mile route is a loop from Kelso and is a section of the 250 mile Borderloop.
18 hole golf course on lower slopes of Hardens Hill.
This 22.5 mile route takes you north of Peebles to Eddleston and back.
This is a 52 mile route starting from Peebles and is a section of the 250 mile Borderloop.
Horse Riding Routes & Trails
The routes include Minch Moor Road, Glengaber, Cardrona Forest, Leithen Water Path, Kirnie Law and Hill/Glen Estate.
A traditional heathland course laid out across Selkirk Hill.
This 19 mile loop from Hawick has some steep climbs and big descents before returning to Hawick.
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.
This is a short 7 mile route from Hawick but with a steep climb up Vertish Hill.