Ordnance Survey Maps of Peebles and Surrounding Area

The Ordnance Survey produces detailed maps of the area Essential for walkers and wild cyclists, they are also useful for other visitors to the area.
We can arrange local delivery of these maps direct to your hotel / holiday accommodation - contact us directly for details ( t. 07549 166 731)

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Maps of the Peebles area :

The most relevant maps in the EXPLORER(1:25,000 scale - Most detailed ) series are :
Explorer 337: Peebles and Innerleithen ( showing part of Tweed Valley )
Including Eddleston & Ettrickbridge, Traquair and Yarrow
(1:25,000 scale - Most detailed essential for walkers and cyclists)

NOTE: This map stops 4 miles west of Peebles - you may also need sheet 336 ( see below )
As well as tracks and roads, this map also details part of the John Buchan Way and The Southern Upland Way

Explorer 336: Biggar & Broughton (showing area to West of Peebles)
Including Culter Fell and Dollar Law
(1:25,000 scale - Most detailed essential for walkers and cyclists)

Sheet 336 details the area from 4 miles West of Peebles.
As well as tracks and roads, it also details The John Buchan Way which leads from Peebles to Broughton.

the most relevant map in the LANDRANGER (1:50,000 scale) series is
Landranger 73: Peebles, Galashiels & Selkirk, Tweed Valley
Including Tweed Valley from Peebles to Dryburgh
(1:50,000 scale )
As well as tracks and roads, this map also details The Southern Upland Way from Nun Rig to St Mary's Loch. It stops 4 miles to the West of Peebles so you may also need Landranger map 72

Landranger 72: Upper Clyde Valley (Biggar and Lanark)
Biggar and Lanark
(1:50,000 scale)

Sheet 72 details the Western part of the Scottish Borders area from 4 miles West of Peebles.

If you are intending to head out into the great outdoors either around Peebles or anywhere in Scotland it is important that you understand your Rights and Responsibilities - please read the :
Scottish Outdoor Access Code

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Maps of Other Areas

Explorer series maps ( most detailed )

ordnance survey explorer series maps

Landranger series maps

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Other recommended pages from Peebles - The Royal Burgh
With lots of green open space, wooded areas, paths, childrens play area and a riverside location, a visit to Hay Lodge Park is a must for any visitor.
Situated between the High Street and the River Tweed, this green and attractive open space is traditionally the Common land on which the townsfolk still have the right to hang out their washing to dry.
Contemporary giftware from vintage French linen, handmade greeting cards, stencilled pine signs, fridge magnets, pocket mirrors and so much more !
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