Walkers can take enjoy the various hiking tracks and forest walks in the area. There are also coastal walks along tracks and beaches. Mabie Forest has signposted walks marked out for varying lengths and difficulty.
The Southern Upland Way which stretches 212 miles from Cockburnspath in the East to Portpatrick in the West across Southern Scotland, is a great walking challenge and the stages have varying levels of difficulty.
The Devil’s Beeftub and Grey Mare’s Tail near Moffat are breathtaking walking routes with beautiful desolate scenery. The White Coomb at 2696 feet is a decent hike.
For a novelty village walk, try the Royal Burgh of Lochmaben. The village has 3 nearby lochs including Castle Loch where the interesting “Sculpture Trail” walk can be found.