Top 10 UK walks: Craster to Low Newton, Northumberland
National Trust UK walk 2, best for wildlife: spot seals, nesting seabirds, waders and osprey, as well as rock-pool life and wild flowers on this coastal route
College Valley Walk • Northumberland National Park
A great route that introduces walkers to the tranquil College Valley. Look out for the Wild Cheviot Goats on the hillside near Hethpool Mill.
Kirknewton • Northumberland National Park
Kirknewton lies at the entrance to the College Valley in Glendale, on the very northern edge of the Northumberland National Park boundary.
Hethpool Linn and Yeavering Bell Walk • Northumberland National Park
Our Hethpool Linn and Yeavering Bell walk is a great way to visit the beautiful waterfall on the College Burn, then up Yeavering Bell.
Walking Routes • Northumberland National Park
Our Walking Routes are some of the best ways to uncover our wide skies, dramatic views and glorious history of Northumberland National Park.
Wolsingham Circular Walk
About This is a 5.75 miles (9.5 km) medium gradient walk that should take 2.5 - 3 hours. 1. From the Demesne Mill parking area, take the footpath through the metal kissing gate up some steps, then across a field to reach the Church. 2. Walk through the churchyard, keeping the church on your left, then on along an enclosed path down to join a lane. Turn left to reach the main road. 3. Take the lane directly opposite, at the bottom of which, follow the grassy path to the left across the…
Frosterley Marble Walk
About Walk 1 Distance: 2 kilometres (1.3 miles) Grade of walk: Moderate Time:1.25 Hours Walk 1 is a 2 km or 1.3 mile route and takes approximately 1 hour 15 minutes. This short walk is a circuit through fields and along tracks taking in some of the old quarrying sites, a visit to Frosterley Church and points where you can view Frosterley marble in its traditional worked and raw forms. Walk 2 Distance: 5.5 kilometres (3.6 miles) Grade of walk: Moderate Time:2 Hours Walk 2 is a 5.5km or 3.6…
May the Forces be with you - a walk around Low and High Force Waterfalls
About This 5 mile circular walk takes you through the stunning landscape of Upper Teesdale, within the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, it includes Low and High Force waterfalls - the most spectacular natural features in the Durham Dales. The walk is an excellent way to discover the characterful River Tees and the Moor House-Upper Teesdale National Nature Reserve. The high point of the walk (literally) is England’s biggest waterfall, High Force. Drop into the visitor centre…