The Moorland Project
The Moorland Education Project began in April 2009 with funding from Scottish Natural Heritage and LEADER Dumfries & Galloway for the post of Moorland Education Officer. The project aims to enhance the understanding within the community of man's role in the management of the Moorland and ensure the involvement of the community in the progress of the Langholm Moor Demonstration Project.
For more information, visit the Making the Most of the Moorlands Project Facebook Group.
The Eskdale Prehistoric Trail
The signposted trail lets visitors head back to the rich prehistoric past of Eskdale. It takes in just nine of the hundreds of sites in this area. For full details visit the Prehistoric Trail website.
By Foot Car or Cycle
Stunning views and natural beauty is everywhere, whether on foot, travelling by car or cycling in Langholm and the surrounding area, so why not stay a while?
There's plenty of accommodation to suit all tastes and budgets from camp sites to comfortable hotels.
The Langholm-Online accommodation directory offers a complete listing and is probably the best place to find accommodation that suits you!