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Walks in Durham

Durham is a mid-sized county in the northeast of England. Unlike the counties immediately to the north and south, Tyne and Wear and Cleveland, it is a particularly attractive county. The county town, Durham, is notable, with its cathedral standing high above the town.

The Pennine Way tickles the western edge of the county, and includes some high and rough walking. The small stretch of coastline within the county is also attractive, and a relief after the more urbanised walking to the north and south. Perhaps the most famous feature is High Force on the River Tees.



Below is a map showing all the walks that I have completed in Durham.

Completed walks in Durham

The cliffs between Blackhall and Crimdon Park.

The view over Crimdon Dene.

Looking northeast along North Sands towards Crimdon Park.


List of walks in Durham

Walk No. Description Distance (miles)
234 Blackhall to Billingham via Hartlepool20.5
233 Sunderland to Blackhall15.4
41 Langdon Beck to Dufton13.9
40 Baldersdale to Langdon Beck13.7
39 Keld to Baldersdale15.0

This was a total of 78.5 miles in 5 walks (an average of 15.7 miles per walk).

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