Tweed Cycleway

Cycle Routes


    This is a 95 mile route starting in Biggar and following the River Tweed to Berwick-upon-Tweed.

    Starting at 650 ft above sea level in Biggar and finishing on the coast in Berwick-upon-Tweed, the Tweed Cycle Way is a waymarked cycle route, 95 miles long, running through the heart of the Scottish Borders with the River Tweed as its linking theme. It is an attractive route, avoiding busy roads almost entirely, with many fine hill and forest views and handsome towns along the way such as Peebles, Galashiels, Melrose, Walkerburn, Kelso and Coldstream. The route is moderate, with a few steep sections. It is normally tackled in an easterly direction and will take 3-5 days to complete depending on your pace and where you may decide to stop along the way.

    Further details on this route including route profiles and gps details are available to download from www.cyclescottishborders.com

    Difficulty

    • Difficult

    Environment

    • Urban and Rural

    Type of Ride

    • Long Distance Route
    • Road Cycling

    Distance

    • 51-100 Miles
    • Height Gain: 1001-2000 Metres
    • Miles 95

    Surface

    • Tarmac

    Road Directions

    This is a linear route starting in Biggar and ending in Berwick-upon-Tweed.

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