New Website Launched for the Annandale Way

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The Council has launched a website for the Annandale Way, making it easier than ever to find all the information needed to enjoy this long-distance trail.

The Annandale Way follows the course of the River Annan, from its source in the dramatic Devil’s Beef Tub in the hills above Moffat, through 56 miles of riverside paths, stunning viewpoints, and historic towns. The path passes through the towns of Moffat and Annan, has options to go through either Lochmaben or Lockerbie, and ends on the wide beaches of the Solway.

With many places to start and finish, it’s great for using for a weeklong walking holiday. There are also short sections or circular walks ideal for a weekend, or just a day out.
All the information needed to enjoy the route is on the new website, with an interactive map showing the locations and details of hotels, B&Bs, and campsites, points of interest, tourist attractions, and many fascinating historical sites.

The Annandale Way website is a part of the Dumfries and Galloway Trails website, which covers local 3 trails, 2 of Scotland’s Great Trails, and a new long-distance route.

Southern Upland Way: dgtrails.org/southern-upland-way
Rhins of Galloway Coastal Path: dgtrails.org/rhins-of-galloway-path
Annandale Way: www.dgtrails.org/annandale-way

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