This pleasant circular walk is about 2 miles and takes you along the banks of the River Tweed to the village of Horncliffe, returning via the Chain Bridge Honey Farm. The walk starts on the Northumberland side of the Union Chain Bridge but there are parking areas on both sides of the river.
1. From the bridge start to walk up the hill towards the Honey Farm and turn onto the footpath on the right which will take you along the banks of the river.
|River Tweed From The Union Chain Bridge|
|River Tweed And The Union Chain Bridge|
|Looking Back To The River From The Field.|
4. Go through the gate and cut across the track to an area of woodland opposite with a yellow footpath sign. Follow the path uphill via some steps and on reaching the top turn right. As you follow this path the village of Horncliffe appears ahead of you. Continue along this path until it leads into the village. Turn left at The Fisher's Arms and follow the road to a junction signposted to Berwick-Upon-Tweed.
|The Fisher's Arms|
|River And Bridge From The View Point|