Walking in Northumberland
Walking in Northumberland....
The opportunities whether you are a hiker or stroller, in this wonderful county of Northumberland are endless. Our wonderful stretches of coastline afford you miles of sandy beaches, bays and dunes along which to wander, and the hinterland - moorland and hills to challenge the keenest rambler.
If you wish to pursue your own course, a good OS map in hand and you'll find all sorts of interesting places to explore, for those who wish to be guided there are a number of companies who provide guided walking across the area.
Shepherds Walks has a great website at www.shepherdswalks.co.uk where you are able to purchase individual self guided walks online, or you can sign up to join a group being led by one of their experienced walking guides. Choose from Coastal linear routes to circular hill walks and degrees of distance and terrain.
Patrick Norris runs Footsteps in Northumberland leading walks of differing degrees of distance and terrain, the walks he is leading this month are here
SOME OF OUR FAVOURITES:
|Dunstanburgh Castle||A lovely stroll rather than a walk, from the harbour side in Craster, through the wicket gate to the Castle beyond|
about 2 miles distant, and all the while the North Sea is at your side. Shepherds Walks - Walk 12
|Cheviot||For the more robust experienced walker, scale the peak of our highest point, self guided walk from|
Shepherds Walks - Walk 15. Guided walks from www.shepherdswalks.co.uk or www.footsteps-in-northumberland.co.uk
|Rothbury Town||Discover this lovely market town on foot with a self-guided walk from Shepherds Walks - Walk 6|
|Beadnell to Low Newton||A walk along what we think is one of Britain's best beaches - wide stretches of sands along a large sweeping bay and end up at|
The Ship at Newton for a leisurely lunch. A section of the Coastal Path.
|St. Oswald's Way||A long distance 90+ mile walk, which can be split into shorter sections. St. Oswalds way site|