Nearby: Berwick-Upon-Tweed

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The Category Berwick-Upon-Tweed is a subset of Northumberland. Browse through the Brief Records in the Category or look at the broader Category to find a List of the Titles of all the Entities associated with Berwick-Upon-Tweed which have so far been described in this Directory. Clicking on a Title will link you to the Entity's Full Record.

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- Berwick-Upon-Tweed U3A

 

www.ford-and-etal.co.uk/tourism/what-to-see-and-do/what-to-do/walking

Overview

'Ford and Etal Estates boasts some of the most beautiful and accessible countryside in Northumberland which can be explored along the many quiet lanes, footpaths and bridleways around the area – all well waymarked.'

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Ford Moss [Northumberland Wildlife Trust]

www.visitberwick.com/what-to-do/

Overview

'Berwick-upon-Tweed is a town of contrasts, where a history of conflict has given way to an ethos of collaboration. A big part of what makes Berwick-upon-Tweed unique is that it can’t be pinned down to having any one identity, any single main feature or even just one way of saying things. Berwick-upon-Tweed is a beautiful and exciting border-land melting pot and that’s what gives it such impressive depth of character.'

www.northumberland-walks.co.uk/budle-bay/

Distance (miles)4
Overview

'This walk starts at Bamburgh and follows a circular route along roads to Budle Bay and returning along the coast to Bamburgh. The route could be followed in either direction, we chose a clockwise one.' Note that this Walk replaces one from Northumberland County Council which seems to have disappeared.

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Northumberland-Walks.co.uk

www.explore-northumberland.co.uk/selfguidedwalksinberwick.html

Distance (miles)2
Overview

'Several themed walking trails have been created around Berwick, Spittal and Tweedmouth: [1] The Lowry Trail - - - : [2] The Barleycorn Trail - - - : [3] The Fishy Trail.' Alert These Walks replace one from Northumberland County Council which seems to have disappeared.

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Time to Explore Northumberland & The Scottish Borders

www.cheviotwalks.co.uk

Overview

'The Cheviot Hills wander along the extreme northern edge of England sweeping effortlessly down into Scotland like a tide of green, rolling waves. Covering an area of some 1035 square kilometres (400 square miles), they are not, in the great scheme of matters mountainous, particularly big. However, Northumberland`s premier hill, The Cheviot, rises to a height of 815 metres (2674 feet) and is a broad-backed brute of a hill. It stands like a colossus peering down into the Harthope, College and Lambden Valleys. Five other hills in the range, Windy Gyle, Comb Fell, Cushat Law, Hedgehope Hill and Bloodybush Edge, top the magical 610 metres (2000 feet) mark and, with endless views to distant horizons to delight the eye, you cannot help but feel that this is truly big country. '

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Geoff Holland

www.nationaltrail.co.uk/en_GB/england-coast-path-route-description-lan...

Distance (miles)2735
Overview

'A new National Trail all around England's coast. It's not ready yet but work is underway to make it happen ... A similar initiative has already happened in Wales, you can find out more on the Wales Coast Path website.'

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National Trails

berwickpreservationtrust.co.uk

Distance (miles)6
Overview

'Surrounded by its medieval ramparts, Berwick-upon-Tweed was an inspiration to the painter L S Lowry. Now, visitors can take a walk in his footsteps to explore this picturesque city in the Northeast of England.' Alert Lowry Trail page uses Adobe Flash Player.

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Lowry Trail [Visit Berwick]

www.northerncross.co.uk

Overview

'There are traditionally 5 main walks or Legs as we call them which are named after their associations with locations. Carlisle, Melrose and Lanark start in those towns. Haddington used to start in that town until it started in Edinburgh. Northumbrian was originally Newcastle, then Hexham, then settled on Northumbrian as it has always been a walk almost entirely in the county of Northumberland.' Held around the time of Easter

www.stoswaldsway.com

Distance (miles)97
Overview

'Long-distance walking route, exploring some of the finest landscapes and fascinating history of Northumberland ... Short Walks Around St. Oswald's Way.'

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St Oswald's Way Association

www.ldwa.org.uk/Northumbria/W/1190/anytime-challenges.html

Distance (miles)40
Overview

'This walk links three of the shapeliest peaks in the Cheviot Hills - The Schil, Windy Gyle and Hedgehope, and involves some 5700 feet of ascent. It is not a walk for beginners and walkers should not underestimate its severity.'

Description from

LDWA - Northumbria

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