Interactive Map

Use the interactive map to view each section of the Way. Whether you are planning to walk the whole route or choosing a smaller section, you can also use the map in the accommodation section to view your accommodation options along the route.

The Southern Upland Way is way marked throughout its length using the standard thistle symbol. “The Southern Upland Way Guide” by Roger Smith, Published by Mercat Press is available from all good bookshops, ISBN: 1-84183-077-1, or at The guide comes complete with its own 1: 0,000 OS route map and has illustrated descriptions of the route with detailed information on the historical, cultural, archaeological and wildlife interest along the Way. The following OS maps include sections of the SUW.
Here is a list of all the Ordnance Survey maps needed for the Southern Upland Way. Our homepage also has a link to the Ordnance Survey website so you can view the detailed maps online immediately.

Ordnance Survey, Explorer Maps:

  • 309 Stranraer and The Rhinns
  • 310 Glenluce and Kirkcowan
  • 318 Galloway Forest Park North
  • 319 Galloway Forest Park South
  • 320 Castle Douglas, Loch Ken and New Galloway
  • 322 Annandale, Annan, Lockerbie & Beattock
  • 328 Sanquhar and New Cumnock
  • 329 Lowtherhills, Sanquhar and Leadhills
  • 330 Moffat and St Mary’s Loch
  • 337 Peebles and Innerleithen
  • 338 Galashiels, Selkirk and Melrose
  • 34 Lammermuir Hills
  • 346 Berwick upon Tweed

Ordnance Survey, Landranger Maps:

  • 82 Stranraer & Glenluce
  • 76 Girvan
  • 77 Dalmellington & New Galloway Forest Park
  • 78 Nithsdale & Annandale: Sanquhar and Moffat
  • 79 Hawick & Eskdale
  • 73 Peebles, Galashiels and Selkirk: Tweed Valley
  • 74 Kelso and Coldstream: Jedburgh and Duns
  • 67 Duns Dunbar and Eyemouth