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The Nancy Teuch

Start location: Shank Bridge (NT 337 614)
End location: Hunterfield Road, B704 (NT 342 619)
Geographical area: Lothian and Borders
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Path distance: 0.7km
Accessibility info: Suitable for pedestrians

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Route Description

Start at the north end of Shank Bridge on the A7 road. On the east side of the road - at the end of the metal barrier - enter a path 1m wide and go uphill through 2 kissing gates, after 200m join a broad shale road. Turn right for 100m, then left, then after a further 300m the shale road narrows into a path which twists for 100m, until it widens again into a 3m wide shale road, passes through a gate and after a further 200m finishes on the B704 road, opposite Gorebridge Parish Church.
This is a much used route with a reasonable surface.

OS Landranger 66 (Edinburgh & Midlothian area)

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