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Ale Water Valley - Cycling Routes

The Ale Water Valley is a vibrant, beautiful place and home to an extraordinarily diverse range of tourist destinations. A visit to the Ale Water Valley can involve golfing, riding, clay shooting, gundog training, fly fishing, wildlife walks, cycling and more. Visitors can eat in outstanding restaurants, pubs and cafés, stay in luxury accommodation and experience the heritage of the Scottish Borders.

Carved through Border Reivers country, the Ale Water Valley runs from above Ashkirk through to Lilliesleaf and Midlem, and then on to Ancrum where the Ale Water meets the River Teviot.

The Ale Water Valley will give a warm welcome to cyclists and has a beautiful network of quiet country roads ideal for cycling. Explore the valley and sample some lovely food along the way. Details on the routes can be found here.

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