Please follow the Scottish Government advice at this time if you are considering any of these walks:
- stay local – only walk directly from your own home – do not travel to reach the start of any of these walks
- observe social distancing if you encounter anyone, including keeping dogs away from others
- only go out alone or with members of your own household
- avoid areas where there is livestock present – farmers are very busy at this time of year and we need to do what we can to protect them from infection
- try to avoid opening and closing gates – if you can’t avoid doing so, use gloves if possible, or disinfect hands before and after touching
The area covered by North Tweeddale Paths is wonderful walking country. Even though we are just a few miles from Edinburgh, there are places to walk where you won’t see another living soul for hours. You can walk on high hills and ridges, across open and wild moorland, along riverbanks, follow old drove and Roman roads and wander in a landscape among features that date back to the Bronze Age. Read more on the About the Walks page or select from the map below (click on any flag to access its route)….