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  1. Add Malton Picnic Area Walking Route to your Itinerary

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    Walking Route

    Lanchester

    This is a picnic site which is UK Woodland Assurance Scheme certified. Habitats include woodland, riverside and wildflower meadow. The 0.5 mile (800m) route shown is suitable for walkers, wheelchair users and those with pushchairs.

  2. Add Nose's Point Local Nature Reserve Walk to your Itinerary

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    Walking Route

    Nose's Point is a double Site of Special Scientific Interest for its geology and ecology. There is much to explore and discover here with easy to follow paths, stunning scenery, poetry, artworks and plenty more.

  3. Add Walking in Teesdale - Barnard Castle and Abbey Bridge Circular to your Itinerary

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    Walking Route

    Barnard Castle

    A picturesque leisurely walk of 3 miles, along lanes and across fields by the banks of the River Tees to the Abbey Bridge and back. On the way you will pass the ruins of Eggleston Abbey.

  4. Add Guided Walk: St Johns Hall and the Weardale Way to your Itinerary

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    Walking Route

    BISHOP AUCKLAND

    David Butler 7 miles, Start: Roadside at top of Wear Bank, Wolsingham. DL13 3NX. GR NZ 073356. OS maps Lr92, ExOL31. Packed lunch needed.

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  5. Add Castle Eden Dene - The Yew Tree Walk to your Itinerary

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    Walking Route

    Stanhope Chase, Peterlee

    The Yew Tree Walk - 2 miles (3.5km) between 1½-2½ hours. Follow the Yew markers. Not suitable for pushchairs. Sturdy footwear recommended. Steep in places. Avoid visiting during high winds. Disabled access is very limited due to natural features.

  6. Add Durham City South Walk to your Itinerary

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    Walking Route

    Durham

    This riverside and woodland route is 8 kilometres (5 miles) in length and will take up to 3 hours. It mainly follows surfaced paths or roads and can be followed at all times of the year without walking boots. Please note start point is Gala Theatre.

  7. Add Coxhoe Quarry Wood Local Nature Reserve Walk to your Itinerary

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    Walking Route

    Durham

    Coxhoe Quarry Wood is a Local Nature Reserve, Local Wildlife Site and is UK Woodland Assurance Scheme certified. Habitats include grassland, woodland and scrub.

  8. Add Hills, Vales and Pitman's Ways to your Itinerary

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    Cycle Route

    Kelloe, Durham

    The Limestone LinX walking and cycling network provides 11 miles of routes for you to use and enjoy in stunning countryside and local nature reserves.

  9. Add Mid Teesdale Circular Walk  to your Itinerary

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    Walking Route

    Barnard Castle

    This 6.6 mile circular walk takes you through the beautiful countryside of the North Pennines AONB and mid Teesdale. Route information provided by North Pennines AONB Partnership.

  10. Add Crowtrees Local Nature Reserve Walk/Cycle Route to your Itinerary

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    Walking Route

    Durham

    Crowtrees Local Nature Reserve is a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI), Local Wildlife Site, and is UK Woodland Assurance Scheme certified. Habitats include grassland, scrub and wetland. Horses and cyclists are allowed on the cycle path.

  11. Add Pity Me Carrs Local Nature Reserve Walk to your Itinerary

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    Walking Route

    Pity Me

    A pocket of green space surrounded on all sides by houses and businesses makes this a quiet haven in which people can walk and enjoy the fresh air. It is also a much needed area for local wildlife to take refuge from the surrounding urban area.

  12. Add Bishop Auckland Trail - Short to your Itinerary

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    Walking Route

    Bishop Auckland

    This route is 2 3/4 miles (4 1/2 km) that is fairly easy and should only take 1 hour. It passes close to Auckland Castle and Binchester Roman Fort.

  13. Add Cow Green Geological Trail to your Itinerary

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    Nature Trail

    Barnard Castle

    Cow Green Geological Trail Approximately 4 kilometres each way, this linear trail uses well-marked footpaths and minor roads and is wheel/push chair friendly to the top of Caudron Snout.

  14. Add Killhope Woodland Walks to your Itinerary

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    Walking Route

    Upper Weardale

    The woodland walks are part of a day out at Killhope – two wildlife hides, one accessible hide on the push chair friendly walk.

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  15. Add Hawthorn - Durham Heritage Coast Walk to your Itinerary

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    Walking Route

    Hawthorn Village

    Hawthorn Dene is the second largest dene in the county with unspoilt semi-natural broadleaved woodland and species rich Magnesian limestone meadows. There is a pub in the village for refreshments at the start or end of the walk.

  16. Add Low Newton Local Nature Reserve Walk to your Itinerary

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    Walking Route

    In Brasside take right signposted 'prison staff and visitor car park' and public Bridleway., Continue along side of Prison until it opens out and bear right to the parking area.

    A visit to Low Newton Junction Local Nature Reserve is an interesting one. There are so many different habitats in such a small area.

  17. Add North Sea Cycle Route - National Route 1 Seaham to Stockton to your Itinerary

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    Cycle Route

    Seaham

    The vast majority of the cycleway between Seaham and Stockton (22 miles) consists of traffic-free disused railway paths and is part of a National Cycle Network Route 1 that links Dover and the Shetland Islands mainly via the east coast.

  18. Add Guided Walk: Railways and Sculptures to your Itinerary

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    Walking Route

    Ebchester, CONSETT

    Steve Shippen 10am (5.5hrs) 11 miles Start: Ebchester Station Picnic Area, off B6309. DH8 0SU. GR NZ 107548.
    OS maps Lr88, Ex307.

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  19. Add Hardwick Park Walking, Cycling and Horse Riding Routes to your Itinerary

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    Walking Route

    Sedgefield

    A 1 mile historical circuit walk, a 1.4 mile circular cycle route and a 0.5 mile horse-riding route around the scenic Hardwick Park Country Park.

  20. Add Cold Knuckles Connection to your Itinerary

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    Cycle Route

    Durham

    The Limestone LinX walking and cycling network provides 11 miles of routes for you to use and enjoy in stunning countryside and local nature reserves.