Yetholm is considered by many to be the walking capital of Scotland, both historic and picturesque.  

Not only does is sit at the end of the gruelling Pennine Way, but is also on the scenic St. Cuthbert’s Way, 

offering leisure opportunities for walkers of all levels and experience.  With the imminent formation 

of the Gore-Tex Scottish National Trail which will begin at Kirk Yetholm and end at Cape Wrath, offering

 a new challenge to seasoned walkers, there has never been a better time to visit The Borders.

There are a number of excellent websites that will help to plan your route or even offer inspiration for different paths or areas of interest to allow you to experience how truly spectacular the area is.

www.stcuthbertsway.info - Run by Scottish Borders Council offering full details of the walk and accommodation along the way.

The Ramblers Guide to St Cuthbert's Way - Offers details on maps needed etc.

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