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The Tweed Valley is well known for it's cycling - but to be able to move around the whole area freely you'll really need a car. The region offers a number of private hire, taxi services and guided tour solutions.
Bus services in the area are provided by First Group.
If you are arriving by car the main roads into the Tweed Valley are the A7 and A701 from the South and the A701 from the North. And if you're arriving by air you will probably arrive via Newcastle or Edinburgh Airport. For connecting bus services please look at Travelline Scotland.
At the moment we do not have a railway and therefore the closest stations are Edinburgh Waverly Station, Carlisle Railway Station or Berwick-upon-Tweed Railway Station. Again please look at Travelline Scotland for dedicated bus connections.
If you're planning to cycle at Glentress or Innerleithen, take a look at the new website mtbliftshare.com and share your transport and biking plans. If you're just looking for a way to reduce your travel costs around the Scottish Borders then there is a more general website: TripshareBorders
However you arrive and move around we're sure that the locals wil be on hand to point you in the right direction. We are very proud of Our Scottish Borders and all that it has to offer.