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Northumberland Walks,
Walking Routes & Hiking Trails

The walks in the Northumberland National Park listed below cater for walkers of all abilities from easy circular walks to harder routes across the hills and moors. All walks are free to download and print and all routes have GPS files. The walks explore Hadrian's Wall and cross the wild hills and moors further north including the Cheviot, which is the highest point in this National Park.


 
WalkDescriptionGradeMiles
1805An introduction to the Breamish Valleyeasy2.00
3404Hadrian's Wall - Cawfields to Steel Riggeasy/mod3.50
1314College Valley, Hethpool, Great Hetha and Elsdon Burneasy/mod4.00
1202The Simonside Hills near Rothburyeasy4.50
3343Hadrian's Wall - Walltown Crags & Aesicaeasy/mod5.00
2671Hotbank Crags & Houesteads from Vindolanda easy5.30
3353The Roman Camp at Chew Green easy/mod5.80
1200Windy Gyle from Coquet Valleymoderate7.50
1677Peel Crags & Winshield Crags from Vindolanda easy/mod7.80
1198Hadrian's Wall from Steel Riggmoderate8.00
3331Cragend & Crow Crags from Housesteads easy/mod8.40
1201Black Hag from Kirk Yetholmmoderate8.50
2299The Cheviot from College Valleymoderate9.00
3085The Dodd & Wether Cairn from Alwinton moderate9.50
1477Bellingham to Kiln Rigg by Pennine Way Circularmoderate14.25
1478Circular incl. Pennine Way from Ladyhill to Bellinghammoderate16.00
2803Hadrian's Wall and Haughton Commonhard20.00

★ GPS file    ☩ Route profile

 

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