Jedforest Trails

Bike, Walk and Ride


Jedforest Trails is a group made up of volunteers from the local community who came together to develop a multi user path network around Jedburgh for walkers, cyclists and horse riders.

Walking Routes

Jedburgh is a great base for walking and you will be spoilt for choice.

Jedburgh itself is in a valley surrounded by rolling hills and exceptional countryside with extensive areas of woodland. There is an abundance of historical and natural interest waiting to be discovered. You may find yourself walking where Romans once marched as Dere Street, an ancient Roman road runs just outside the town. Wherever you choose to walk, you will be rewarded with stunning scenery and breathtaking views.

Jedforest Trails will be adopting a series of 9 existing walks. We will be making improvements to the signage and maintenance of these walks which are suitable for a wide range of abilities, ranging from short walks around the town, to more strenuous walks in the surrounding countryside.

  • Galahill and Allars Mill (2.5km)
  • Ladylands, The Twitches Baulks and Tudhope (4km)
  • Riverside walk and Hartrigge (5 km)
  • Lanton Moor and Timpendean Tower (8.5km)
  • Larkhall Burn and Todlaw (7 km)
  • Williescrook and Sharplaw (6.5 km)
  • Mount Ulston and Dere Street (8.5 km)
  • Inchbonny, Kersheugh and Ferniehirst (8.5 km)
  • Howden, Hunthill and the Sandy Road (10.5km)

Download a PDF of the walks around Jedburgh here – Jedburgh Walks

There are several long distance walks in the area such as St Cuthberts Way and the Border Abbeys Way and Jedburgh provides a convenient rest point along the way.