There are some challenges along the way, but what a rewarding walk. You can experience some tranquil, as well as, exhilarating walking, taking in pine woods and valley walking. Not to mention the peaks and cliffs, don’t forget the magnificent views along the way and from our peak at 445Mtr
Another great walk in the Northumberland National Park, starting from Ingram heading over the north fells, with great views. Then dropping back into Ingram Valley at Hartside Farm, before heading over the southern fells, and ending up at Ingram once again. Ensure you have you map and compass with you.
If you want a walk which challenges you and offers so much varied walking, this one is for you. We explore some great paths and fells, with breath taking scenery from The Cheviot trig point, before the delights of numerous waterfalls as we trek through Hen Hole.
This is a relatively short walk (4.7 Miles), but reasonably demanding. We take in two sites where aircraft came down during World War II, and also peak on West Hill. The conditions in December were not great, but it was still a very rewarding day out.
This is a easy grade walk (5 Km – 3 Miles), with some great scenery, varied walking along trails and breath taking coastal views.
Remember, there is also a fly through video on YouTube
This walk proves that you do not need to climb to the highest peaks to get some great views across the lakes. We take in tarns, lakes, fells, peaks, forest walks, fell walks and fantastic villages along the way.