Swinnie Forest

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Swinnie Forest: The forest is mainly conifer trees mixed in with broadleaves, giving a woodland that changes its colours with every season.

The forest is surrounded by farmland making it a haven for wildlife.

Views from higher up the forest road give a great view of Jedburgh and the surrounding hills.

There is a picnic site in an area of broadleaved trees.

A singletrack cycle trail is also open which was completed in partnership with Jedforest Trails and is part of the Justice Trail, a 40 kilometre cycle route around Jedburgh.

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From Jedburgh, follow the A68 south for approximately two miles, heading for Newcastle. Turn right onto the B6357, where it is signposted for Bonchester Bridge and Newcastleton . Then follow for approximately three miles. Swinnie Forest is signposted on the public road, take the second entrance on the left, and you will find a small picnic site and car park.


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