Walking and Cycling. The Scottish Borders are renowned for their walking and cycling routes.The Southern Upland Way runs through Bowerhope
Estate, and St. Cuthberts Way footpath begins in Melrose, just 25 km
away. There are many short walks around the estate and the loch. The Grey Mare’s
Tail, the highest waterfall in Southern Scotland is 8 km away. Cyclists can follow routes such as the Four Abbeys or the Tweed
Cycleway. Alternately, they may find the quiet roads in the immediate vicinity more to their taste. Fishing is available on St. Mary's Loch and is free to
guests. Boats can be hired by arrangement but should be booked in advance to ensure
Local attractions Click the ASVA logo to see a complete list of visitor attractions in the Scottish Borders. ASVA (Association of Scottish Visitor Attractions) is the organization representing over 500 key sites in Scotland. Members are listed on the site in an easy to use search engine and interactive map.