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Visitor Information

There are all manner of means to plan a holiday or break; maps, guidebooks, magazines, website. However, nothing quite beats a bit of local knowledge to give you a true sense of a place. At the VisitScotland Information Centre in Jedburgh you’ll find out about everything you want to see, everything you want to do and everything else you’ll need for your visit. Pop in and let the friendly local experts give you the inside track on where to eat, visit, shop and essentially get in touch with the real Scottish Borders. You’ll also discover a fantastic range of quality gifts and souvenirs.

You may find the following useful online resources useful to help you make the most of your riding adventure in the Scottish Borders. Happy riding.

British Horse Society
Farriers Registration Council
Find a UK vet
Scottish Borders Council
VisitScotland
Scottish Outdoor Access Code
Scotland’s Great Trails
Forestry Commission Scotland
Southern Uplands Partnership
Mountaineering Council of Scotland
Scottish Mountaineering Club
Scottish Natural Heritage

If you would like further information on these trails then contact the Countryside Ranger Service at Scottish Borders Council.

For information on Scottish Borders’ towns and villages

Ettrick and Yarrow Valleys
Eyemouth
Galashiels
Hawick
Innerleithen
Jedburgh
Kelso
Melrose
Peebles
Newcastleton
St. Abbs
Selkirk
Walkerburn
Yetholm

Walk and Cycle Scottish Borders

If you are interested in walking or cycling then you may wish to visit our Cycle Scottish Borders website or Walk Scottish Borders website, which are full of route ideas and places to stay and visit.