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Step this way for exhilarating walks and breath taking views. Explore the areas history, enjoy panoramic coastal walks, prepare to be in awe when rambling through the woodland walks, which offer the beauty of our colourful seasons. The area is much renowned for its rich diversity of wildlife which you will need to take a moment and appreciate whilst out and about.

Whether you are an outdoor enthusiast, or just like a leisurely stroll to work up an appetite for lunch, then the range of routes on our doorstep is vast and will keep you coming back for more. The broad topped hills of Upper Nithsdale sculpted by the ice sheets of the last Ice Age, are dominated by Lowther hill (725m), which is crowned with a golf ball shaped radar station built for the Civil Aviation Authority. The village of Wanlockhead is on route for the southern upland way 212 mile coast to coast walk long distance path, we can offer a selection of shorter walks along this defined path.

Ideas For walking in and around Thornhill (Copies of these walks are available on request)

Explore the rich heritage of this varied landscape by climbing the ancient hill fort of Tyron Doon or marvel at the Queensbury Marbles in the elegant church of Durisdeer before taking a stroll along the course of the Roman Road to one of the best preserved fortlets in Britain.

Enjoy a tranquil stroll alongside the unspoilt Scar Water or a bracing walk with expansive views along a flood bank of the meandering Nith. The Impressive sandstone Drumlanrig castle can be viewed on the Burnmouth or Carronbridge walks and is well worth visiting the country park offers a number of waymarked walks.

Golf - Fishing - Cycling - Walking - Shooting - Local Attractions