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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18 holes, 7111 yards, SSS 75, par 72
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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.
This 16 mile route climbs from Selkirk to the summit of Lindean Moor before turning towards Midlema nd on to Lilliesleaf before returning to Selkirk.
This is a 95 mile route starting in Biggar and following the River Tweed to Berwick-upon-Tweed.
A scenic linking section on the Stranraer to Dunbar route. Worth cycling on it's own too - mostly follows the Tweed Cycleway.
A 24 mile route from Kelso taking in Bowmost Forest, Teviot Smokery, Monteviot House and Harestanes.
This 7.5mile route from Peebles takes you round Cademuir Hill.
Newcastleton Golf Course sits on the side and on the top of Holm Hill and enjoys splendid views over the Liddesdale Valley and Newcastleton.
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.
Rock UK Whithaugh Park Adventure is a 110 acre adventure centre on the outskirts of Newcastleton in the Scottish Borders.
A traditional heathland course laid out across Selkirk Hill.
This 100 mile route is a loop from Kelso and is a section of the 250 mile Borderloop.
Mountain Bike Trails
A long ridge route with great views (return by road).
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.
This 26 mile route from Eyemouth heads towards Ayton Castle and Grantshouse with views of the Cheviots and the Lammermuirs.
This route is the shorter of two and covers 50 miles and takes in Newcastleton and Hawick.
This is an easy 4.5 mile route south of Duns.
Mountain Bike Trails
Zoom down narrow descents through the trees!
Horse Riding Routes & Trails
Part of the 350km of the South of Scotland Countryside Trails network, the Central Tweeddale Routes explore long distance hill paths, many of which are suitable for horse riding.
A beautiful circular route by Ettrick Water, return over the hills via Ashkirk.