Hells Hole

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B6357
Directions
From the South: Leave the M6 at junction 44 and take the A7 toiwards Canonbie where you join the B6357. follow this for around 40 minutes and Hells hole will be on your left

From the North: Head south on the A68 to Jedburgh, just south of Jedburgh take the B6357 for around 15 minutes and Hells Hole will be on your right
Map Co-ordinates
55.358283, -2.650499
Sat Nav Co-ordinates
TD9 9TP

Hells Hole is a small loop compromising mostly of fire road with 1 short descent through the woods. There is a small car park with picnic bench.

Local knowledge has it that the name Hells Hole referred to a deep and dangerous pool that used to be located here in the Catlee Burn.

The Cauldron Red Trail

  • Take a steady spin up the forest road that will bring you to the downhill section. Enjoy the swoopy singletrack and beware of the quarry. A short and sweet 2 miles.
  • Would best be done along with nearby trails at Kielder or Newcastleton.

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2.7
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3.5  (1)
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2.5  (1)
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Good little loop
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2.7
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3.5
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2.5
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2.5
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Rode here on our way to Kielder, was a short climb up the fire road to the start of the red descent. Wasnt bad, nothing challenging but had a good flow to it. worth a visit only if passing by or if you are in the area riding. feel there could have been a bit more singletrack built here as last bit was fire road down to the car park

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flowed well
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short
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