A short but perfectly formed family river walk that is stile free and suitable for pushchairs and manual wheelchairs.
Stile Free Coastal Walk Along the Stunning Northumbrian Coast near Bamburgh Castle
This wheelchair friendly, easy access walk is the perfect way to explore this beautiful Northumberland’s iconic island of Lindisfarne.
This 100km walk follows the St Cuthbert’s Way pilgrim trail from Melrose in the Scottish Borders to Holy Island off the Northumberland coast.
Take a walk along the coastline, starting in the town of Alnmouth and ending with the phenomenal Warkworth Castle. The bay has miles of golden sand …
This remote horseshoe walk explores the wild hills of the Anglo-Scottish border and bags the summit of The Cheviot – Northumberland’s highest point.
This circular walk explores the most dramatic section of Hadrian’s Wall, an 84-mile route that was once the northern frontier of the Roman Empire.
This 18-mile circular walk circumnavigates the stunning wooded banks of Kielder Water – the largest man-made lake in Europe.
This circular walk through the heart of the Durham Dales visits High Force – one of the most spectacular waterfalls in England.
The Durham Coastal Footpath is an 11-mile walk from Seaham to Crimdon, exploring spectacular grasslands, sand dunes and wildlife along the way.
This walk on the rugged Northumberland coast starts in the fishing village of Craster and leads along the seafront to mighty Dunstanburgh Castle.
This is a beautiful walk and by starting at Housesteads you can look around the old roman fort to understand a bit about the history of Hadrians Wall …