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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This is an easy 4.5 mile route south of Duns.
For all you need to know about fishing in Scotland visit Fishscotland Ltd, located in Stichill House in the pretty market town of Kelso.
This 11.5 mile route take your on a loop from Jedburgh with views of Jed Valley.
This 26 mile route from Peebles will take you in a loop and you can visit Dawyck Botanic Garden.
A parkland course of outstanding natural beauty with the Cheviot Hills in panoramic view.
This 100 mile route is a loop from Kelso and is a section of the 250 mile Borderloop.
The Ronnie Dale 4x4 Driving and Quad Bike Centre is a driving school located on the outskirts of Duns in the Scottish Borders.
This 8.5 mile route from Eyemouth heads towards Ayton Castle and Burnmouth.
Gradual inclining hill course with panoramic views of the surrounding countryside.
This superb 18-hole layout, with a standard scratch of 72 to match the par for the course, measures 6, 520-yards off the medal tees and is situated on the rugged East coast of Berwickshire.
A short 5.5 mile route around Yetholm Loch.
Full 300 yard golf driving range with 10 covered bays, floodlighting and club hire.
This route is the shorter of two and covers 50 miles and takes in Newcastleton and Hawick.
Lilliesleaf Golf Course is a fun course for the less discerning golfer. Dress is informal, and dogs and children are welcome at all times.
The course is made up of 11 challenging holes.
A 79 mile loop from Melrose which is a section of the 250 mile Borderloop.
Newcastleton Golf Course sits on the side and on the top of Holm Hill and enjoys splendid views over the Liddesdale Valley and Newcastleton.
Horse Riding Routes & Trails
You can do part of this route in a day or combine the trails to make it a 3-4 day trek.
A perfect choice for a relaxing holiday in the Borders of Scotland.
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.
Eighteen hole, 5555 yds, SSS 67, Par 68 day.