The route then returns to Peebles along the banks of the Tweed, past Neidpath Castle.
An opportunity to find out about the history of the area, dating from the Stone Age up to the present day.
After leaving Peebles we follow the Haystoun Burn into Glensax, a magnificent valley enclosed by high hills on both sides.
However its natural scenery is its greatest asset and the 2016 Dingle Walking Festival aims to showcase this in all its magnificent splendour.Visitors to this website are reminded that hill walking, climbing and rambling are activities that can be dangerous and may result in personal injury or death.From mountainous terrains, to exquisite valleys, framed by vast coastal expanses with the Atlantic ocean lapping at its feet, the Dingle Peninsula (or Corca Dhuibhne as it is know ‘as Gaeilge’) .As a consequence it is one of the premier walking destinations in the world.The house, dating back to the 1700’s, has been recently refurbished to a very high standard bringing together the traditional features of a large Lakeland residence with contemporary luxury guest accommodation.
The house overlooks the tiny hamlet of Hawkshead Hill and the surrounding fells and is within easy walking distance of the renowned beauty spot of Tarn Hows.It is 315 m (1,033 ft) above sea level, with a hot desert climate, an average rainfall of 235 mm (9 in).The closest major city is Adelaide, the capital of South Australia, which is more than 500 km (311 mi) to the southwest and linked via route A32.Broken Hill is an isolated mining city in the far west of outback New South Wales, Australia.It is near the border with South Australia on the crossing of the Barrier Highway (A32) and the Silver City Highway (B79), in the Barrier Range.The Dingle Peninsula is located in Europe’s most westerly point in West Kerry, Ireland on the magnificent south-west coast. Is í an Ghaeilge teanga cuid mhaith den phobal áitiúil agus beidh fonn orainn í a labhairt leat.