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Walks in Northumberland

Northumberland is a large county in the northeast of England, directly to the south of the Scottish border. It is the sixth largest county in England, but only the 44th in terms of population, detailing its rural nature.

It contains some spectacular scenery, from the Cheviot Hills in the northwest of the county to the long and beautiful coastline. The rugged grandeur of Holy Island and Lindisfarne perhaps exemplify the coast. The Pennine Way runs through the west of the county, and other trails run through, including the start of St Cuthbert's Way and parts of Hadrian's Wall Path.



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

Completed walks in Northumberland

Druridge Beach.

Newbiggin-by-the-Sea church.

The River Aln.


List of walks in Northumberland

Walk No. Description Distance (miles)
931 Hadrian's Wall Path: Chollerford to Newcastle26.9
930 Hadrian's Wall Path: Greenhead to Chollerford20.2
929 Hadrian's Wall Path: Carlisle to Greenhead22.2
231 East Sleekburn to Howdon18.0
230 Amble to East Sleekburn19.0
229 Dunstan Steads to Amble15.5
228 Ross to Dunstan Steads18.2
227 Spittal to Ross Links15.0
226 St Abbs to Berwick-on-Tweed16.8
48 18-mile bothy to Kirk Yetholm7.2
47 Byrness to 18-mile bothy18.1
46 Bellingham to Byrness14.7
45 Once Brewed to Bellingham15.4
44 Slaggyford to Once Brewed18.0
43 Garigill to Slaggyford9.2

This was a total of 254.4 miles in 15 walks (an average of 16.95 miles per walk).

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