Biggar Ramblers Walk Reports

To read our walk reports, please click on the button above (or click here). Photographs to accompany the reports can be found in our gallery.


There is a new website which you may find useful is set up to help you find walks all over north tweeddale. They described as Easy- less than an hour, Moderate-up to three hours and Strenuous-for half a day if not all day. This might be useful for Biggar Ramblers looking for interesting walks. It also publishes posts giving users information about problems with certain routes.Its worth a look.

Items of interest from the March Ramblers e-newsletter

Map Library:   Did you know that, as part of your Ramblers membership, you can borrow maps from our map library? We have a range of Ordnance Survey Explorer 1:25000 and Landranger 1:50,000 maps. Maps are available for loan to Ramblers free of charge, you just pay for return postage. A maximun of 10 maps can be borrowed at one time.

Christmas at New Lanark Hotel

As you can see Biggar ramblers enjoyed another great Christmas evening at Carols by Candlelight at the New Lanark Hotel. In the afternon prior to the dinner we enjoyed a lovely walk by the Falls of Clyde.

Christmas at New Lanark

Brian Completes Final Donald

On October 10th 2015 Biggar Ramblers walked up Culter Fell to help our Chairman Brian Henry to complete his last Donald, he has walked up all 89 of them.

Country File Ramble for Children in Need

The weekend of the 10th October was also the weekend of the Country File Ramble for Children in Need so Pudsey helped us climb the hill and raise some money for the charity.


Ramblers Scotland at the Scottish Parliament

On October 29th 2015, Ramblers Scotland gave evidence at the Scottish Parliament which proposes to extend the Pentland Hills Regional Park Boundary to include the entire range of hills.
The Bill intends to extend the boundary south-west into South Lanarkshire and the Scottish Borders. Ramblers Scotland is in principle in favour of this.



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