This short walk starts in the Derwent Valley and climbs onto the fringes of the moors before dropping down into the valley at the picturesque village of Blanchland. There is ample opportunity to explore the village before return along the River Derwent back to the start. Overall this walk is an ideal introduction to this area lying on the County Durham and Northumberland border.
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Note : If two maps are listed at the same scale then either (a) both are required for full coverage of the route or (b) the route is covered on both maps.
Other walks nearby
Walk 3315 - 0.5 miles / 0.9 km away
Walk 3099 - 13.9 miles / 22.3 km away
Walk 2803 - 14.6 miles / 23.4 km away
Walk 3274 - 15.0 miles / 24.0 km away
Walk 1005 - 15.3 miles / 24.5 km away
Walk 3404 - 16.6 miles / 26.6 km away
Walk 1198 - 17.0 miles / 27.2 km away
Walk 3343 - 20.4 miles / 32.6 km away
Walk 3071 - 22.3 miles / 35.7 km away
Walk 1715 - 22.5 miles / 35.9 km away
Note : The distances quoted to other walks in the vicinity are measured in a straight line. The distance by road may be further.
North Pennines AONB
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Heath Holiday Cottages
The Reading Rooms
The Barn Apartment
Milburn Grange Holiday Cottages
Appleby Manor Country House Hotel
Tufton Arms Hotel
Heather Glen Country Hotel
Self Catering Directory
NOTE - all distances are "as the crow flies"
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