Best trails in Scottish Borders

place United Kingdom

What to expect

Check out some of the best hiking, walking and backpacking routes in Scottish Borders, Scotland. The Cockburn Law and Edin's Hall Broch - Abbey St Bathans is the most popular trail. There are trails of various difficulty levels including easy, medium, and difficult. The trail with the highest elevation climb is the Broad Law from the Megget Stone and the trail with the least amount of climbing is the River Tweed and Lees Circuit - Coldstream. The longest trail is the Hardens Hill Circular - Duns at 31 km. For a shorter adventure you can try the Pirn Hill Fort Trail - Innerleithen at 2 km. Get off line access to Shop, Town, History, and Peak locations and much more with a Hiiker subscription.

Trail difficulty calculations

To understand how we calculate a trail's difficulty please check out our blog post on the subject: