Ettrick is a relatively small area within Selkirkshire, in the Scottish Borders. The River Ettrick runs through it and through the village of Ettrickbridge and historic town of Selkirk. Ettrick Forest was a large Royal forest that no longer exists except in name.
The area is mostly countryside and has a large farming population.
Boggy Borders hills are an alphabet treat Marvel at the descriptive names given to the peaks and troughs of Moffatdale CAMERON MCNEISH PEAK PRACTICE
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