Cycling & Riding in The Scottish Borders

Cycling & Riding in The Scottish Borders

Kirkpatrick C2C, coast to coast, cycle route across the South of Scotland, named after Kirkpatrick Macmillan, the 19th century Dumfriesshire blacksmith who invented the first pedal-driven velocipede.   

Cycling – quiet country lanes, mountain bike trails or signed cycle routes in The Scottish Borders.

E-Bike hire from Hendersyde  Out and about in The Borders, let the battery take the strain with about 70 miles of pedal power!

Scottish Borders Cycling Routes – all in one place!

World class mountain bike runs at Glentress & Innerleithen, near Peebles.

Ford and Etal Cycle Hire – and so much more !

Bike routes in the Kelso area

7 Stanes Glentress, mountain bike heaven!

Riding – beaches, burn and brae-sides

Nenthorn Equestrian Centre Burnbrae Farm, Kelso.

Horse Riding in the Cheviot Hills and Holy Island from Kimmerston in Northumberland

Dryden Riding Centre, Ashkirk, near Selkirk – great riding country. BHS approved & run by Ian Stark with highly experienced and qualified staff.

Bowhill Riding Stables – a small friendly, professionally run yard at the heart of the beautiful Bowhill Estate in Selkirk

Not riding, but you could enjoy meeting the heavy horses, and other animals, or climb up for a carriage ride at Hay Farm Heavy Horse Centre on The Ford and Etal Estate, just over the border in Northumberland.

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