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Member of the U3A - Northumberland Grouping

Category Alnwick
Size (acreage)125
Type of Website
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'There are paths across the reserve and to the beach. Combine this with a trip to the Farnes from Seahouses to make an exciting day out!'

Category Alnwick
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'The Farne Islands are one of the natural highlights of the Northumbrian coast. Famed for providing sanctuary to St Cuthbert in the 7th century, Inner Farne is now renowned as a summer haven for nesting sea birds. For a unique wildlife experience, visit between April and July, or explore a more tranquil, historic island after the breeding season finishes.'

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National Trust

Category Alnwick
Size (acreage)400
Type of Website
Overview

'A public footpath runs from the Forestry Commission car park through the northern edge of the Reserve as far as the MoD firing range, and northwards leaving the reserve and entering West Wood for a round trip back to the car park. The path is steep, rocky, and extremely narrow in places.'

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Harbottle Crag [My Pennines]

Category Alnwick
Distance (miles)4
Overview

'This short walk takes us around Alnmouth, explores the estuary of the River Aln, Hipsburn, Lesbury,Foxton Hall and back via Alnmouth golf course.' Alert The original Link referenced here seems to have disappeared.

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Alnmouth on foot

Category Alnwick
Overview

'Alnmouth is a small, picturesque village situated at the mouth of the River Aln, on the Northumberland coast. It is located within the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, which stretches from the Borders in the north to Amble in the south of the region ... Alnmouth Parish Council produced a guidebook of eleven walks around the picturesque village of Alnmouth. It is available from Tourist Information Centres.'

Category Alnwick
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'Walks around Alnwick District in Beautiful Northumberland'

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West Acre House

Category Alnwick
Type of Walk
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'Embleton Bay is a magnificent stretch of sand and dunes between Low Newton and the majestic ruins of Dunstanburgh Castle, perfect for a easy wander. If you'd rather relax and enjoy the scenery, then when not bring your rug and lie on the lower slopes of the dunes.'

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