The River Tweed at Peebles, Scotland

River Walk

Starting at the Cuddy, a tributary of the Tweed, this ninety minute walk includes birdwatching, flower spotting and forest views.

Just before reaching the river this trail follows the Cuddy.

Cuddy Path

Mallards & Gooseander Ducks with their ducklings gather at the water.

Summer Wildflowers of all shapes & colours grace the riverbank.

...nor swimming at this part of the river.

No fishing on Sundays...

The steeple of Peebles Parish Church is viewed from the footbridge.

Where the pavement meets the path

Neidpath Castle

is viewed from over the river.

The old railway line still has a tunnel that leads to a viaduct over the River.

Priorsford Bridge leads to the Tweed Green & back to Peebles.

Summer 2015

Hugh Peebles @PeaceYank

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  • WillShaw

    This walk was shot with an iPhone 4S on the 30th of July.

  • MacScotlanc

    Done a year ago my wife & I still love our Peebles river walks.

  • WillShaw

    Over a year after I published this wee dander I still enjoy the same walk.


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