The Northumberland National Park stretches from the Scottish Border to Hadrian's Wall and covers about a quarter of the county. The Park borders Cumbria and the Scottish Borders. adjoins the Southern Uplands of Scotland and has the Pennine Way running through it.
The Park has several distinct areas, to the North are the dramatic Cheviot Hills and to the West is the vast Kielder Water and Forest Park whilst the southern area encompasses the central section of Hadrian's Wall. From rock climbing and hill walking to mountain biking and picnicking the Northumberland National Park has something for everyone.
Below are some of the Places to visit within the Park.
|Kielder Water and Forest Park|