Monday, 13 January 2014

Some other facts about... the Southern Upland Way (Footpath No. 5)

The Southern Upland Way is a 212-mile (341 km) coast-to-coast walk in Scotland between Portpatrick in the west, and Cockburnspath in the east.

That being said I’ll only be gracing this particular behemouth of the far North's footpaths for about 11-12 miles, from Lauder, through mostly farmland and small woods, then across a chain bridge over the River Tweed and into Melrose.

Doesn’t that sound delightful?

Can you spare a few quid in support of the MS Society, Macmillan Cancer Support and Help for Heroes?

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