5 favourite Northumberland walks.

I am just back from a short walking holiday by car to enable me to visit some of my favourite walks and places which are difficult by public transport. Here is my list:

*Drumroll*

  1. Best hill-fort award: Yeavering Bell on the Wooler common to Yeavering Bell walk (linear)
  2. Most romantic spot award: Hethpool Linn on the Kirknewton to Hethpool Linn walk (circular)
  3. Most atmospheric place award: Castle hill fort site on the Thrunton Woods to Long Crags walk (circular)
  4. Most magical place award: Dove Crag on the Holystone, Lady’s Well & Dove Crag walk (circular)
  5. Most awesome walk award: Hethpool to the border fence (circular)

You can read the full walk reports complete with photos, maps and GPX links of the winners on my favourite Northumberland walks page.

College Burn

College Burn near Westnewton

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