For extensive detail and pictures of these walking routes just click
on the hyperlink and visit their respective websites.
Although not listed above and actively promoted we have set up walks for several on the Kintyre Way and the
Cowal Way, these routes opening up the magnificent scenery of Argyll.
Additionally work is currently underway to explore and develop a Coast to Coast route between Iona and St Andrews. A part of this
is close to being a reality, this being known as the Three Saints Way.
Another extended walking route that is being explored and can hopefully become a reality in the not too distant future is a
route between Glasgow (St Mungo's Cathedral) and Whithorn.This is now known as the Whithorn Way and for more information on this
routes development click on www.whithornway.org.
The most recently established Pilgrim Way is the Forth to Farne Way. This route is between North Berwick and Lindisfarne and
follows a part of a medieval pilgrimage route linking St Andrews and the Holy Island. The route can be walked in either direction
and makes use of parts of the John Muir Way, the John Muir Link, the Berwickshire Coastal Path, the Northumberland Coastal path
and finally (or at the start) the St Cuthbert's Way as it crosses the sands onto the island. For more information on this route
and to learn of the heritage and natural history surrounding this Way link to
More information on all these pilgrimage trails can be found by linking to the
Scottish Borders Short Walks
This portal also gives the visitor to the Scottish Borders one or two click access to day and part day waymarked walks in
the Abbotsford, Jedburgh and Melrose areas. By click on the appropriate link below you will be taken to active mapping which in
turn will open up individual pages on the walking route, or click the publication link to allow you to purchase on line a booklet
with all of the "Paths Around ...." routes.
Our commitment is to give you quality services as follows:-
hopes to be adding other recognised routes to the list in the future.
We offer a comprehensive services for planning and
booking self guided walking holidays on all these routes above.
On the majority of the long distance routes we offer guiding
services to groups and charities.
Guided walks open to any applicant -
Click here or on the navigation button to see the walks currently
advertised on the website.
Organised day walks on the Water of Leith and in the Jedburgh area.
Our service also extends to planning and guiding cycle trips on the
Forth Clyde and Union Canals. Additionally we provide luggage transfer for cyclist in the south eastern area of Scotland.
Although we would like to be able to provide details on many more of the Long Distance Walking routes around the UK we are geographically and staff restrained. We are however able to recommend to keen Long Distance walkers the link below to the Long Distance Walking Association (LDWA).
The LDWA is an Association of people with the common interest of walking long distances in rural, mountainous or moorland areas. By joining the LDWA, you will meet other like-minded long distance walkers and gain access to information on walking events and long distance walking routes all over the UK.
We also recognise that there are many other activities and areas where the active walker might want to get involved
and if this is within Scotland then we recommend that you visit the following website.