The map below shows the main mountain ranges in
Southern Scotland for hiking, also VC Visitor Centres
for biking and walking trails. Point to a mountain,
hill or VC for information, click on the mountain,
hill or VC for a photo tour of that Mountain Range or
Visitor Centre and Country Park.
Click on the towns for information on that town
and accommodation, or green dots for attractions.
The brown triangles show mountains over 2,500 ft.
The large green triangles show mountains up to 2,499
ft, and the small green triangles show popular hills
up to 2,000 ft.
The flags show the golf courses in Ayrshire,
Dumfries & Galloway and the Borders,
Golf Courses Page for links, maps and price
The Isle of Arran rocky Goat Fell range is up to
2,866 ft, and the Caisteal Abhail range up to 2,818
The Merrick range that runs from Loch Trool to the
Stinchar Bridge is up to 2,766 ft, the Corserine
range that runs from the east side of Loch Doon to
Forest Lodge is up to 2,671 ft, and the Cairnsmore of
Carsphairn range by Carsphairn is up to 2,614 ft. The
rocky Mullwarchar range, that runs from the south
side of Loch Doon to Loch Trool, is up to 2,270
The Broad Law range situated north of Moffat is up
to 2,755 ft, the White Coomb range 10 miles northeast
of Moffat is up to 2,696 ft, and the Hart Fell range
6 miles northeast of Moffat is up to 2,650 ft.
The higher hills/mountains should only be hiked
with an Ordinance Survey Map and
good knowledge of using a Compass. Try to memorize the
trail up, and take the direction of the trail with a
compass, so if clouds roll over, you can find your
way back down.
Snow or Ice
Conditions should only be attempted after ice
training, and with the correct equipment.