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Tynedale

Stocksfield 'lies in the angle between the Stocksfield burn and the River Tyne. Stocksfield itself was built by the late Victorians following the opening of the Newcastle Carlisle Railway. However ...
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'Haltwhistle was probably in existence in Roman times, as it is one of the closest approaches of the River South Tyne in its upland reaches to Hadrian's Wall. The old Roman road or ...
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'Please note this walk has fairly strenuous sections in places. Walkers should be fully prepared for the conditions and should anticipate the potential for dramatic changes in the weather.'


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[1] Many of the routes are permissioned by landowners - enjoy the countryside and respect the livestock and the land - - - : [2] Always follow the signed paths - - - : [3] Guard against risk of Fir ...
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'Isaac's Tea Trail is named after Isaac Holden, an itinerant tea seller and local philanthropist. Isaac was a lead miner, who was forced to find another livelihood, when he faced the twin ...
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The Trail is in two circular sections centered on Haydon Bridge. Both routes begin near the railway station in Church Street: Northern Section (2 miles); Southern Section (11 mile ...
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'The 26-mile path encircles Kielder Water and is suitable for walkers, cyclists, horse riders, mobility scooters and wheelchair users. Some routes incorporate the Osprey ferry (please reme ...
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