Borders Abbeys Way

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Start: Jedburgh
Distance: 67 miles (107 km)
Grid Ref: NT 65170 20833
 
Climbing: 2,050 metres
Walk time: 25-35 hours
Days: 3-6

Ordnance Survey Explorer Map (1:25,000)

Summary: The Scottish Borders are famed for their magnificent ruined abbeys at Melrose, Dryburgh, Jedburgh, and the more ruinous Kelso. The Borders Abbeys Way is a long distance walk that links all four Abbeys in a circular route of 107km. The walk has five stages, each ending at an attractive town as the route takes in Jedburgh near the English border, the old mill towns of Hawick and Selkirk, picturesque Melrose and Kelso with its impressive Georgian buildings arranged around a cobbled market square. As a circuit, the route can be started at any point. The walk keeps mostly to lower levels, crossing a peaceful pastoral countryside, with only a few sections that climb higher into rougher ground, rewarded with extensive views. There are lengthy stretches along the River Tweed and the River Teviot, famed for their salmon fishing. All the towns on the route are well served by bus, with direct links between the start and end of every stage. (Source: Walk Highlands)


Useful Links:
Borders Abbeys Way
Wild Wood Camping on the Borders Abbeys Way
Trailwalker on the Borders Abbeys Way
Walk Highlands
Discover The Borders
Wikipedia
Long Distance Walkers Association


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