Share
Bookmark
Print
GPX
KML
Plan a route here Copy route
Embed
Fitness
Hiking trail

Harestanes/Jedburgh to Morebattle

· 1 review · Hiking trail · The Scottish Borders
Responsible for this content
Macs Adventure Verified partner  Explorers Choice 
m 400 300 200 100 18 16 14 12 10 8 6 4 2 km Waterloo Monument Cessford Castle Jedburgh Abbey

Another day walking along Roman roads and over the ancient bridges with pleasant views of the Cheviots leading you to Cessford Castle.

18.4 km
5:04 h
309 m
257 m

Leaving Harestanes, you cross the driveway of Monteviot House and the River Teviot by a bridge, which replaces the one swept away in 1997. Passing the junction of the Teviot and Jed Water, you once again join Dere Street. As the road rises and falls in its determination to keep in a straight line, pleasant vistas of the Cheviots open up and your path now leads you to the remains of Cessford Castle.

From here to Morebattle the route allows the opportunity to study the flora and fauna of the area, including the lovely little purple flower, meadow cranes bill.

outdooractive.com User
Author
Callum Broad
Updated: September 02, 2019

Highest point
185 m
Lowest point
55 m

Tips, hints and links

This route is used in the following itineraries:

WSSSCW1

WSSSCW2

WSSSCW3

WSSSCW4

Start

Harestanes (67 m)
Coordinates:
Geographic
55.512178, -2.569532
UTM
30U 527184 6151872

Destination

Morebattle

Turn-by-turn directions

These maps and routes are designed to be used in conjunction with our traditional documentation. We have recently embarked on a conversion initiative to bring the two elements together, and this itinerary will be covered in due course.

In the meantime, using the two elements alongside each other should go a long way to ensure you have a safe, enjoyable and problem free day.

Note


all notes on protected areas

Arrival by train, car, foot or bike

Similar routes nearby

 These suggestions were created automatically.

Questions & Answers

Ask the first question

Got questions regarding this content? Ask them here.


Reviews

3.0
(1)
Rod Anderson
July 22, 2019 · Community
Some hard, steep climbing to begin the walk today. scenery did not compare to day 1 along the Tweed, but pleasant enough.
show more

Photos from others


Reviews
Distance
18.4 km
Duration
5:04h
Ascent
309 m
Descent
257 m

Statistics

  • 2D 3D
  • Contents
  • New Point
  • Show images Hide images
: h
 km
 m
 m
 m
 m
For changing the range of view, push the arrows together.