Despite being within easy reach of both the central belt of Scotland and the North of England, the Borders remain very much an uncrowded haven of silence, clean air, and open spaces.
There are a variety of short walks to viewpoints around Jedburgh, as well as a network of on- and off-road cycle tracks and bridleways. We have secure indoor cycle storage facilities and a drying area.
St Cuthbert’s Way and the Borders Abbeys Way circular route pass through Jedburgh. We can arrange packed lunches and a taxi to ferry you to and from your start and end points if needed.
Accommodation and baggage transfer services include Easyways (St Cuthbert’s), Macs Adventure (St Cuthbert’s), and Make Tracks (St Cuthbert’s and the Borders Abbeys Way). If you prefer to book accommodation yourself, CarryLite offer a baggage transfer service.
For golfers, there are twenty-one courses in the Borders which are part of the ‘Freedom of the Fairways’ golf passport scheme which is valid between 1 April and 31 October.