Yearning Saddle & Brownhart Law Walk
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Start Point Details
Ordnance Survey Grid Ref NT824107
Latitude 55.38994 Longitude -2.279379
Postcode NE65 7BX
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Walking in the Northumberland National Park covers a diverse area of landscape between the Tyne and the Scotland England border. The highest point within the National Park is the Cheviot and besides this famous hill there are many other notable summits. The valleys are also of interest to walkers, although some have restricted access. Northumberland Walking Guide
Northumberland is a county of contrasts. The North Sea coast offers some excellent walking and includes the island of Lindisfarne. Inland, there is some glorious countryside with the hills and moors of the Cheviots as an ever present backdrop. Historic houses, castles and villages provide added interest to many walks.
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