Short Walks in North Northumberland






The beautiful rugged countryside and unspoilt sandy beaches of North Northumberland are the perfect place to enjoy country, coast or riverside walks. Many hours can be enjoyed exploring historic castles,  quaint villages or strolling by peaceful rivers and beautiful beaches.

Below are the places that we have visited.You can view All Walks or any of the individual walks below. I have included some of our own photographs. I have also added some links to other websites.

Don't forget to wear a good pair of walking boots and take some water with you. All the timings are approximate and will depend on each individual. I hope you enjoy this selection of walks.

Bamburgh Lighthouse Walk 3 miles. 1hr 30 minutes - 1hr minutes
Carey Burn Waterfall 2 miles. 1hr 20 minutes
Ingram to Brough Law 4 miles. 2 hrs
Hethpool Linn.  2 miles.  1hr 30 minutes
Ladykirk and Norham Bridge to Norham Village 
Linhope Spout 3 miles. 1hr 30 minutes
River Tweed and Horncliffe Walk 2 miles
Wooler Common and Earle Circular 2.5 miles. 1hr 30 minutes


Links to Other Walks

www.wooler.org.uk/see-and-do/activities/walking


St Cuthbert's Way
http://www.stcuthbertsway.info

St Oswald's Way
http://www.stoswaldsway.co.uk

Northumberland Coast Path
http://www.northumberlandcoastpath.org

The Cheviots
http://www.cheviotwalks.orghttps://
ttp://www.gps-routes.co.uk/routes/home.nsf/national-parks-walks/cheviots-walks

Northumberland National Park
https://www.northumberlandnationalpark.org.uk/places-to-visit/the-cheviots/
https://www.northumberlandnationalpark.org.uk/things-to-do/get-active-outdoors/walking/walking-routes/

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