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  1. 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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  2. Add Wolsingham Circular Walk to your Itinerary

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    Walking Route

    Wolsingham

    A 5.75 mile circular walk from the village of Wolsingham with moderate climbs and breathtaking views.

  3. 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.

  4. Add Wolsingham Family Walk to your Itinerary

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    Walking Route

    Bishop Auckland

    Route: A circular 1.5 mile route on footpaths which have been upgraded to be accessible for pushchairs and wheelchairs. The route is entirely on surfaced paths.
    Start: Recreation Ground at the West End of Wolsingham.

  5. 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.

  6. Add Circular Walk Around River Wear South of Durham City to your Itinerary

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    Walking Route

    Durham

    Located just to the south of the historic city of Durham this picturesque walk encircles two huge loops of the River Wear. The section of the route just past Shincliffe Hall follows paths that were extensively lobbied for by the Ramblers.

  7. Add South Ridge Walk to your Itinerary

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    Walking Route

    Durham

    Discover the beautiful scenery and rich heritage of Lanchester Parish. Distance: 7 Miles

  8. Add Waldridge Fell Country Park Walking Route to your Itinerary

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    Walking Route

    Chester Le Street

    Waldridge Fell is a Country Park, Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI), Open Access Land, is UK Woodland Assurance Scheme certified and is Local Wildlife Site. Habitats include lowland heath, wetland, woodland and grassland.

  9. Add St John's Chapel Walk to your Itinerary

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    Walking Route

    St John's Chapel

    High up in Weardale, this is a lovely country walk that is not too difficult - apart from a short climb up to Allercleugh Farm - yet rewards with a real sense of being away from the crowds.

  10. 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.

  11. Add Brandon to Bishop Auckland Railway Path (Walking and Cycling Route) to your Itinerary

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    Walking Route

    Turn at Stonebridge roundabout onto B6302 to Ushaw Moor, Entrance is signed ½ mile on left

    A 9 mile route from Broompark Picnic Site, just outside Durham City to Bishop Auckland, residence of previous Bishops of Durham, running past Brancepeth, Willington, Sunnybrow, Hunwick and Toronto.

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    Walking Route

    Barnard Castle

    A picturesque 5 mile walk from Cotherstone to Barnard Castle starting at the Fox & Hounds pub.

  13. Add Teesdale Way: Middleton In Teesdale - Abbey Bridge, Barnard Castle to your Itinerary

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    Walking Route

    Barnard Castle

    Middleton - Cotherstone 7.5km
    Cotherstone - Abbey Bridge 5.5km

  14. 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.

  15. 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.

  16. Add Castle Eden Denemouth Heritage Coastal Footpath to your Itinerary

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    Walking Route

    South of Horden

    Castle Eden Dene is one of the most important natural areas in the North East. The Dene is a four mile long steep sided valley cut into the Magnesian Limestone. This area is a National Nature Reserve, valued amongst other things for its yew trees.

  17. Add Both Sides of the Tees: Barnard Castle and Whorlton to your Itinerary

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    Walking Route

    Barnard Castle

    Both Sides of the Tees: Barnard Castle and Whorlton
    (5hrs) 9 miles

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  18. Add Pow Hill Country Walk to your Itinerary

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    Walking Route

    Consett

    Pow Hill is a Country Park with an Easy Access route approximately 0.3 miles (500 metres) long suitable for walkers and wheelchair users. The route is signposted around the Country Park.

  19. Add Battle of Nevilles Cross Walk Route to your Itinerary

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    Walking Route

    Durham

    It is hoped that this circular walk will help bring to life for you the Battle of Neville's Cross in 1346.

  20. Add To Witton Gilbert Guided Walk to your Itinerary

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    Walking Route

    Durham

    To Witton Gilbert Guided Walk


    10:00 am (5 hours) 10 miles

    Dianne Hannaby - volunteer ranger
    https://goo.gl/maps/7S3mAVrhgWH2

    Start - Deerness Valley Picnic Area, between Ushaw Moor and Esh Winning

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