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ROMAN HERITAGE WAY
Walking Links


We hope that once you have visited this site you will want to walk at least one of the Roman Heritage Way routes. We are equally keen to assist you with the planning of subsequent walks or in accessing other walking information.

Below are a selection of websites that could be of interest.

St Cuthbert's Way Logo

St Cuthbert's Way is a route that joins with the Sir Walter Scott Way at Melrose. The Way is 62.5 miles and runs from Melrose to Lindisfarne (Holy Island) in Northumberland. This website is also maintained by I-Net Support.


Rob Roy Way Logo

Rob Roy Way is a walking route from Drymen to Pitlochry in the Scottish Highlands. This is either 79 or 92 miles in length dependent on the route option taken. This website is also maintained by I-Net Support.


Sir Walter Scott Way Logo

The Sir Walter Scott Way is a new walking route from Moffat past Abbotsford to Cockburnspath in the south of Scotland. This is 92 miles in length and offers open and varied countryside, interesting communities, and an historical connection brought alive in the writing of Sir Walter Scott and in the buildings and towers passed on the route. This website is also maintained by I-Net Support.


Great Glen Way Logo

The Great Glen Way is a SNH supported route. There is an official website and an alternative website maintained by I-Net Support. This is designed to a similar format to all other I-Net Support websites offering the walker a lot of interesting background and supporting data.


Borders Abbeys Way is a 65 mile (105 Km) circular route in the South East of Scotland. It takes in the location of the five Border Abbeys of Selkirk, Kelso, Jedburgh, Melrose and Dryburgh, although only the last four are visible in part as ruins. Enjoy this walk of varied terrain and scenery over a 5 day period and learn about the religious and reiver history that extends over 14 centuries.
This website is also maintained by I-Net Support.


Fife Coastal Path starting below the Forth Railway Bridge and ending close to the Tay Railway Bridge is a 78 mile (125 Km) route staying very close to the shore as it travels along the Forth Estuary, then onto the North Sea and finally heads west along the Tay shoreline. This is an attractive walk of a less challenging physical nature full of interest of an historical and industrial viewpoint.
Marine and ornithological nature are never distant.
This website is also maintained by


During 2006 the Weadale Way has seen its route being extended and re-aligned in parts to make it a more varied walk.
The route passes through a World Heritage Site and a Designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Running from the North Sea to the North Pennines it is 77 miles in length.


The Cateran Trail acknowledged as the first Scottish Circular Long Distance walking route this 65 mile (104 Km) route has much to recommend it to the outdoor enthusiast. Situated in the heart of Scotland straddling Highland Perthshire and part of the Angus Glens.
This route takes its title from the name given to the 15th to 17th century cattle thieves of Highland Scotland


LDWA Logo

The LDWA is an Association of people with the common interest of walking long distances in rural, mountainous or moorland areas. By joining the LDWA, you will meet other like-minded long distance walkers and gain access to information on walking events and long distance walking routes all over the UK.


Walkingwild Logo

Walkingwild is a joint project between Scotland's Area Tourist Boards and VisitScotland. This project is part funded by the European union.
The website details a very wide range of walks. These are walks of all standards and types and the webiste is a must for the walker who wants to know how to access and enjoy the great outdoor on foot.


SUW Logo

The Southern Upland Way was the first Official Waymarket route in Scotland and is 212 miles from coastline to coastline. It runs from Portpatrick on Dumfries & Galloway to Cockburnspath in the Scottish Borders.
The Ranger Services in the repective areas undertake the ongoing maintenance of the route and the Official Website is managed by Dumfries & Galloway Council.
The Sir Walter Scott Way is a route developed from the eastern section of this way.


Walkingworld Logo

Walkingworld Ltd. is an independently owned company promoting information on mainly day walks in the hills fells and contryside. The walks are often submitted to the website from local walking enthusiasts and this website will provide details of walks that could be of interest from across the UK.



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