Links with: Cross Borders Drove Road, Annandale Way, Southern Upland Way
The Romans & Reivers Route is a multi-use trail than can be enjoyed by walkers, mountain bikers and horse riders alike with the terrain covered including old Roman roads, forest tracks, drove roads and quiet lanes.
The route goes through countryside associated with Reivers – cattle raiders – not far north from the border with England which proved to be turbulent ground for those trying to make a living off the land during the 14th-16th centuries.
Passing largely through sheltered woodland and forested areas as well as across more open farmland in places, the route was designed with an array of users in mind and there are some useful features as a result such as self-shutting gates.
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