footstepsnorthumberland.co.uk

Overview

'Why walk on your own, when you can walk with a guide on your visit to Northumberland?; you'll go further, discover and see more and you'll never get lost, guaranteed. But don't take our word for it, that's what our customers say was the best part of being on a Footsteps guided walk, in this remarkable County of Northumberland.'

www.northumberlandcoastaonb.org

Overview

'The Northumberland Coast AONB is often best appreciated on foot, the fantastic network of footpaths, bridleways and quiet lanes make it easy to find peace and tranquillity. There is a continuous coastal footpath ‘The Northumberland Coast Path’, part of the North Sea Trail, which stretches from Cresswell in the south to Berwick-upon-Tweed in the north.'

www.northumberland.gov.uk/local.aspx

Overview

'Country Parks, Visitor Centres & Coastal Sites ... Visiting Parks & Gardens ... Northumberland Local Nature Reserves'

www.northumberlandnationalpark.org.uk/things-to-do/

Overview

'England's most tranquil place, whose dramatic hills and sheltered valleys stretch from Hadrian's Wall to the Scottish border. Enjoy our unique borderland culture and sustainable way of life.'

See also

National Park Walking Routes [Visit Northumberland]

www.ramblers.org.uk/northumbria

Overview

'Here you will find useful general information, a gallery of members' pictures, links to other useful sites, a section addressing how you should report any problems you may have with access or footpaths, how to contact us, a news page, a Northumbria Area members' forum and details of the fourteen groups in our Northumbria area.'

shepherdswalks.co.uk/courses/guided_walks/event_walks

Overview

'The official web site for Challenge Walks in Northumberland, including the Northumberland Coastal Challenge Walk, Cragside Challenge Walk, St Cuthbert's Way Challenge Walk and Kielder Challenge Walk.'

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Shepherds Walks

www.northofthetyne.co.uk/walks.html

Overview

'This selection of walks in Northumberland follow recognised public rights of way or permissive paths and should be easy for most people to negotiate: but please remember that wet and winter weather can make paths muddy in places and the summer months produce fresh growth of vegetation - so wear suitable clothing and footwear.'

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Norman B. Mackillop

www.northumberlandcoastaonb.org/geodiversity/

Overview

'The Northumberland coast’s variety reflects the complex nature of the geodiversity that underlies it. Along the coast the action of the sea and human activities laid bare these foundations. They now provide clues to how the landscape has been created and why it has been colonised by nature and exploited by humankind ... To help you explore the fascinating geology of the Northumberland coast we have produced two self-guided geology trails for you to download as pdf files: [1] Howick and Cullernose Point - - - : [2] Bamburgh'

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Northumberland Coast AONB

www.northumberland.gov.uk/About/Maps/Public-rights-of-way.aspx

Overview

'The Definitive Map and Statement is the document where all public rights of way are legally recorded. It provides conclusive evidence of the paths it shows, but there may be other paths with public rights that are not shown ... There are over 3000 miles of Public Rights of Way in Northumberland. They are a great resource to help you exercise, relax or enjoy the outstanding quality of the Northumberland countryside, coast, towns and villages.'

www.northumberlandnationalpark.org.uk/about-us/looking-after-the-park/...

Overview

'An independent body with an interest in public rights of way and access to the countryside in our area ... The Forum covers the county of Northumberland and gives advice on three main areas: [1] Improving the Rights of Way network - - - : [2] Developing strategies for recreation and access which cater for a wide range of people - - - : [3] Implementing the statutory right of access to the countryside.'

sites.google.com/site/northumberlandrailwaywalks/home

Overview

'We like to explore disused railway lines. We organise walks throughout North East England, for people of varying ages and abilities, usually on disused railways, although we also explore the high fells, rivers, the coastline etc. We are not a high-powered hiking club concerned mainly with clocking up the miles ... '

www.northumberland-walks.co.uk

Overview

'The walks on this website have all been done by the website owners ... over the last few years in the pursuit of photography for our Northumberland Photo website.'

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Les and Jan Bell

www.gov.uk/government/publications/otterburn-maps

Overview

'Otterburn Training Area is situated in the Northumberland National Park ... Otterburn Training Area consists of over 22000 hectares of land and is the largest single live firing range in the UK. Some 30,000 soldiers use the area each year. The training area covers 23% of the National Park and consists of rolling uplands forming part of the Cheviot foothills ... ' 'It is the shared aim of the Northumberland National Park and the MoD to encourage as much access to the area as possible. You are free to use the rights of way and access land to the north of the River Coquet at all times - this is the dry training area where there is no live firing.'

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Ministry of Defence

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