Hill walking routes in Scotland's Southern Uplands

1 - North Pentlands
Many starting points and tracks everywhere make these hills so accessible and create endless route possibilities
2 - South Pentlands
More remote than the Northern Pentlands and with fainter paths and fewer tracks.
3 - Moorfoots west
A high-level circuit over varied terrain. Tracks lower down give way to faint paths higher up.
4 - Moorfoots east
More runnable terrain than the west Moorfoots, high-level grass covered circuits with excellent views.
5 - Broughton Heights and Trahena
Above the picturesque village of Broughton, these grass and heather clad hills with well-defined crests give fine walking.
6 - Tinto
A fabulous hill sitting alone above the Clyde. Stunning views for very little effort
7 - Culter Fell
South of Biggar lie the sprawling Culter Hills, in which Culter Fell is the highest
8 - Above Tweedsmuir
The three Corbetts to the east of the River Tweed source sit amongst quiet farmland and forestry

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