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Pease Dean Nature Reserve

About This Route

A circular route through two different types of woodland following part of the Southern Upland Way. Pease Dean Nature Reserve is managed by Scottish Wildlife Trust who were formed in 1964. The area beside Pease Burn is an open valley with a thick field and shrub layer making summer time a most colourful time to visit; butterflies are noticeable on sunny days.

Cockburnspath and Cove lie just over 12 miles north-west of Eyemouth by the A1107 or the A1.

Statistics

  • Distance

    3 miles

  • Level

    Easy

  • Level Details

    Muddy unmade paths, some steep. Boots essential during winter.

  • Towns

    Pease Bay, Eyemouth

  • Altitude Gain

    80m

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