A total of 26 walks are being held in and around the Teviotdale town from Sunday 2 to Saturday 8 September, with eight already sold out.
However, a number of interesting walks focusing on the history and heritage of the town and its surrounding countryside still have places available.
This includes a walk to Stobs Camp, which was home to up to 4,500 German World War I prisoners and is now the site of a major archaeology project to find out more about its fascinating history. The walk includes a return via the Shankend viaduct on the old Waverley rail line.
There’s also an opportunity to visit the site of Hawick’s famous Hornshole battle of 1514, which takes in the historic Cavers estate to the summit of Ruberslaw for a fantastic view across the Borders.
There is a chance to see more of the Borders with a Morebattle to Kirk Yetholm route which includes some of the Pennine Way and there is a 12-mile circular walk which visits the remote hamlet of Craik and the Borthwick Water.
Other options take in Blackburn Falls, Fatlips Castle, the new Borders Distillery and a visit to Borders Art Glass at Galalaw.
The Scottish Borders Walking Festival which sees a different Borders town host a week of walks every Septemberis now in its 24thyear and welcomes ramblers from across the United Kingdom.
There are walks for all abilities, ranging from 1.5 miles to 14.5 miles in distance.
To book a place on one of the walks and for more information, visitwww.borderswalking.com
Top: Walkers at Shankend – Photo: Ron Smith
Above: White Law, Halteburn – Photo: Keith Robeson