Cycling the Borders




The Borderlands of North Northumberland and the Scottish Borders are a wonderful place to cycle and soak up the history and beautiful countryside in both Scotland and England. The not too hilly terrain and views of rivers, castles and picturesque villages adds to the tranquility of the area.

Below are some of the cycles rides that we enjoy. I have added some photographs from along the route. You can view All Cycles or individual routes listed below. The timings are approximate, based on standard mountain bikes and will differ slightly depending on the bicycle you have. I have also included links to other cycle routes in the Borders.

I hope you enjoy them as much as we do.


Allanton and Kelloe 18.4 miles. 1hr 30 minutes

Ladykirk, Swinton and Whitsome 20.2 miles. 1hr 40 minutes


Melrose - Leaderfoot Viaduct to the Chain Bridge  6 Miles


Paxton and Ancroft Circular Cycle.  20 miles.  1hr 30 mins

Paxton, Ayton and Lamberton.  15.8 miles.   1hr 30 minutes

Paxton to Burnmouth via Ayton Cycle. 9.4 miles. 48 minutes

Paxton to Cheswick Sands via Ancroft. 14 miles.  1hr 15 minutes  

Paxton to Coldstream.   12.5 miles.  1hr 5 minutes minutes

Paxton to Duns Castle. 11.5 miles. 1hr

Paxton to Ford.  14 miles.   1hr - 1hr 15 minutes

Paxton to Holy Island via Ancroft.  17.3miles.  1hr 25 minutes

Paxton and Hutton Circular.  10.5 miles.   50 - 55 minutes

Paxton, Hutton, Broomdykes and Hilton.  14.1 miles.   1hr - 1hr 10 minutes

Paxton, Ladykirk, Whitsome and Hutton.  16.6 miles.   1hr 25 minutes

Paxton to Loanend and The River Tweed Loop. 10.7 miles. 1hr

Paxton, Reston and Auchencrow Cycle. 21 miles. 1hr 30 Minutes

Paxton Quadruple 16.6 miles. 1hr 15 minutes

Preston, Edrom and The Whiteadder Water. 28miles. 2hrs

River Tweed and Norham Castle 14 miles. 1hr 25 minutes


Three Blackadder Bridges 21.8 miles. 1hr 45 minutes




Links to Other Cycle Routes

Scottish Borders

https://cyclescottishborders.com

4 Abbeys Cycle

https://cyclescottishborders.com/route/4-abbeys/


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