This is a brilliant walk the views of Selkirk are amazing and as you do it through the year it changes in colour but still breath taking.
We go up through the Linglie farm and over the fields then up three Bretheren then on to the Corbie lynn .
This time of year it gets dark fairly quick and loose stones and rocks can make it difficult under foot.
Waterproofs, phone and a torch are essential round this time of year (so we think.)
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