GALA WATER VALLEY TOURS, TICKETS STILL AVAILABLE.
The two walking tours starting in Stow on the weekend of the Scottish Borders Walking Festival still have tickets available. The Gala Water History and Heritage Association has developed a new history tour of Stow looking at the village’s many legends and rich medieval history.
From the prehistoric hillforts to the burning times of the witches of Stow; from fighting bishops to Robert the Bruce, our little valley has a huge history!
Working with the Scottish Borders Walking Festival, the tour will launch on Friday 10 September and will take approximately 2.5 hours. Further information is available on the Walking Festival website or bookable through Eventbrite at £8.50 per person. The tour will hopefully run again in the future, if you are not able to make this first date!
On Sunday 12 September another walk will be starting off in Stow. The Gala Water Valley walk is a nine-hour trip with spectacular views of our surrounding countryside and will take around 7 hours to complete. Also part of the Scottish Borders Walking Festival, tickets cost £8.50 and are available here.