|Location Map ( geo)|
|Distance:||4.2 miles (6.8 km)|
|Route outline (key)|
The runt in the pack of B635x roads, the B6358 crosses the hills to the west of the Scottish border town of Jedburgh.
The road starts on the A698 just to the east of its bridge over the Rule Water - and essentially in the valley of the River Teviot. We head east and quickly climbs up into the hills. There are a number of bends to ease the climb but the last spurt for the summit is almost completely straight, allowing for excellent views in the rear-view mirror.
The road passes to the north of Dunion Hill before starting to descend; on this side the top of the hill is winding. The road passes the golf course before straightening out to enter Jedburgh, passing the castle (which appears out of nowhere) before running along Castle Gate into the Market Place. The road originally ended here on the pre-bypass A68. Now, however, it TOTSOs right to run along Canongate and end at a T-junction on the current line of the A68.