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"A great base for seeing the Borders."
Ogden Family, Tyneside
Cycling at The Hub, Glentress

Cycling

The Scottish Borders is an ideal place for cycling, with numerous routes and a brand new cycle tour, ‘Borderloop’, that stretches around the area. Waymarked road routes include:

  • the ‘4 Abbeys’: a 55 mile circular route linking Melrose, Dryburgh, Kelso and Jedburgh Abbeys
  • the ‘Tweed Cycle Way’: an 89 mile route running along the Tweed from Biggar to Berwick

For the adventurous, new forest routes recently opened at The Hub in nearby Glentress, with blue, red and black runs, and the Tweed section of the Forestry Commission’s ‘7stanes’ run at Innerleithen.

Further information on routes and bike hire can be obtained from the websites at www.thehubintheforest.co.uk or at www.7stanes.gov.uk.

Trish Millar, Nether Whitlaw, Selkirk, TD7 4QN. t. +44 (0) 1750 21217 e. millars@netherwhitlaw.com