By Robin Howie
Beneficiant along with his aid and suggestion to different walkers, this selection of shorter, reduce point walks will entice households and people much less yes of venturing to the excessive tops. This key advisor has all the vital positive aspects that might maximise your delight in the walks.
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Extra resources for 100 Scotsman Walks: From Hill to Glen and River
As neither the Mountain Maid nor I had been there, we happily fell in with his suggestion. Meigle Hill lies southwest of Galashiels (indeed the town has spread to its lower slopes) and is the high point of a compact area closely bound by five roads: the A7; B7060; A707; B710; and the A72. The village of Clovenfords lies on the west side, just north of the hamlet of Caddonfoot. There is thus no problem in accessing the slopes of the hill and there is an abundance of paths and signposted trails scarcely hinted at in looking at the Ordnance Survey map 73 (Peebles, Galashiels & Selkirk).
Do not continue walking to Stewarton. The path goes northeast, at first through open fields, then on to a more obvious track through heathery moorland to reach the initial part of the walk by the Fairydean Burn. Retrace your steps to Eddleston. 21 Blyth Bridge to West Linton FACTFILE Map Ordnance Survey map 72, Upper Clyde Valley Distance 4½ miles Height 50m Terrain track, muddy initially, then minor road Start point Blyth Bridge Time 2 hours Nearest village West Linton Recommended refreshment spot Olde Toll Tea House, West Linton Wanting a short outing for a not-so-good winter day, I explored part of another Borders walk suggested by Hugh Munro, who had gone with me on the excellent St Boswells walk already described.
The weather was glorious. The early morning cloud in the Tweed valley soon lifted and we had superb views of the Hydro. With time constraints and levels of fitness, Dun Rig was always going to be too distant, but apart from poor Ashley who missed the departure, we got as far as Kirkhope Law. More importantly, all enjoyed their short outing before the rigours of the ceilidh that evening. 27 100 SCOTSMAN WALKS 16 Hundleshope Heights FACTFILE Map Ordnance Survey map 73, Peebles, Galashiels & Selkirk Distance 7 miles Height 500m Terrain estate road, then track most of the way Start point southeast end of Springhill Road, Peebles, map ref 259392 Time 3 to 4 hours Nearest town Peebles Recommended refreshment spot Osso Restaurant, Innerleithen Road, Peebles In September I described a walk from Peebles to Dun Rig, the highest summit at 744m in an area of rolling hills bisected by Glensax Burn.
100 Scotsman Walks: From Hill to Glen and River by Robin Howie