Borders Abbeys Way
Explore the Scottish Borders and visit several historical ruined abbeys on this interesting and beautiful circular walk. You'll visit Kelso Abbey, Melrose Abbey, Dryburgh Abbey and Jedburgh Abbey while there is also a waterside section along the River Teviot and views of the Eildon Hills to enjoy.
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Further Information and Other Local Ideas
At Harrietfield, near Kelso the path passes close to the Stichill Linn waterfall. The lovely falls are well worth a small diversion from the route.
The Cross Borders Drove Road can be linked with in Hawick. It runs north to West Linton, Peebles and Traquair before finishing near Harperrig Reservoir in the Pentland Hills. Hawick is also the start/finish point for the Romans and Reivers Route. This 52 mile route follows the old Roman Roads to the Ae Forest near Moffat.