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Many tourists who flock to Scotland each year to enjoy the country’s vast array of outdoor adventure and sports opportunities will book their hotel in the northern and western regions; home to attractions like Cairngorms National Park, and the “outdoor capital” of Fort William, with its neighbouring peak of Ben Nevis. But, while the Scottish Borders in Scotland’s south might not hold the dramatic scenery of the north, it is nonetheless replete with activities and attractions that will thrill any outdoor enthusiast. From trekking across moors along the Sir Walter Scott Way, which stops at some of the famous writer's most inspiring sites, including Sir Walter Scott’s Courtroom in Selkirk, to mountain biking at two of the 7stanes sites throughout Scotland, or angling on the River Tweed, “queen of the salmon rivers”, there is no shortage of adventure to be had in the Borders.
Anyone wishing to indulge in as many outdoor pursuits as they can during their time in the Scottish Borders can book a room in one of the region’s adventure sport hotels, whose staff will be able to best inform you on local outdoor opportunities. To research hotels and activities in the Borders, try using the Expedia search tool, which can help you zero in on the perfect accommodation for your stay.
Be it your first, or fiftieth Scottish trip, be sure to not miss-out on the picturesque beauty of the lovely Borders.