Yair Forest

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Yair Forest: This forest sits very close to the River Tweed and has paths leading to wonderful views. The Southern Upland Way leads up to the well known Three Brethren at the upper ridges of the forest.

Yair is the old Scots word for a fish trap. In 1156, King Malcolm granted the kelso monks eight acres of land, along with the right to build a fish trap.

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From the A72 Galashiels to Walkerburn, take the A707 signposted to Selkirk for approximately three miles. Lindinney car park is on the right hand side of the road, just over the stone bridge on the A707.

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Free

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