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Number of results: 119

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  1. Add Auckland Way Railway Path (Walking and Cycling Route) to your Itinerary

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    Walking Route

    A688, Bishop Auckland

    A 4.3 mile route between Bishop Auckland and Spennymoor on a former railway line passing New Coundon and Binchester, close to Auckland Park and Binchester Roman Fort.

    Dates

    From:
    1 Jan 2018to31 Dec 2018
  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 Wingate Quarry Local Nature Reserve Walk to your Itinerary

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    Walking Route

    Trimdon Station

    Wingate Quarry Local Nature Reserve is a Site of Special Scientific Interest, Open Access Land, and is UK Woodland Assurance Scheme certified. Habitats include grassland, woodland, wetland and scrub.

  4. Add Pennine Way - Baldersdale to Langdon Beck Route to your Itinerary

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    Walking Route

    Baldersdale

    In Durham, The Pennine Way stretches from Baldersdale in the south to Langdon Beck and High Cup Nick in the north - a distance of approximately 15 miles.

  5. Add Blackhall Rocks Local Nature Reserve Walk to your Itinerary

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    Walking Route

    Blackhall Colliery

    Blackhall Rocks is a Local Nature Reserve and picnic area within Durham Heritage Coast and is UK Woodland Assurance Scheme certified. Part Site of Special Scientific Interest, Special Area of Conservation.

  6. Add Gruffalo Spotters Trail at Hamsterley to your Itinerary

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    Walking

    Hamsterley Forest

    Bring the Gruffalo and other characters to life with our brand new Gruffalo Spotters trail and exciting augmented reality app.
    Download The Gruffalo Spotter app at home, then visit Hamsterley Forest.

    Dates

    From:
    24 Feb 2018to31 Dec 2018
  7. Add Shincliffe Walks - Walk 4: Railway, Watermill and Woodland to your Itinerary

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    Walking Route

    Shincliffe

    Shincliffe Walks - Walk 4 of 5 - Railway,Watermill and Woodland.

  8. Add Weardale Way to your Itinerary

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    Walking Route

    Long distance walk (77 miles) running through The Land of the Prince Bishops. Steeped in history, beauty and a variety of landscapes.

  9. Add Walking in Teesdale - Cotherstone Circular Walk to your Itinerary

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    Walking Route

    Cotherstone

    A 6 mile Circular Walk - from the Fox and Hounds on the West Green, Cotherstone.

  10. Add Durham City North Walk to your Itinerary

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    Walking Route

    Durham

    This riverside and farmland walk is 7.4 kilometres (4.5 miles) in length and will take up to 3 hours. The route follows surfaced paths or roads and can be undertaken without walking boots at all times of the year.

  11. Add Hidden Heritage - Durham Cathedral to St Laurence Church to your Itinerary

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    Walking Route

    Durham City

    A terrific walk / cycle route from Durham Cathedral to St Laurence Church, Pittington.

  12. Add Lanchester Roman Walk to your Itinerary

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    Walking Route

    Durham

    A 5 mile, moderate circular walk crossing the line of The Dere Street Roman Road and the site of Longovicium Roman Fort. There are varied surfaces with one short incline and can be wet underfoot in parts.

  13. Add The Durham Miners Path Walk to your Itinerary

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    Walking Route

    Durham

    This walk takes in some of the landmarks of mining trade unionism in the City and follows the route the Miners would take to Big Meeting.

  14. Add Hurworth Burn to Station Town Railway Path Walking/Cycling Route to your Itinerary

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    Walking Route

    Near Trimdon Station

    This is a Railway Path, is UK Woodland Assurance Scheme certified, and a Local Wildlife Site intersects the Path next to the reservoir. The path is suitable for walkers, cyclists, horse-riders and wheelchair users.

  15. Add Cuddy's Corse to your Itinerary

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    Walking Route

    Chester-le-Street

    Follow this walk in the footsteps of Saint Cuthbert’s Community on their final journey from Chester-le-Street to Durham Cathedral, carrying the uncorrupted body (Corse) of Cuthbert, the Patron Saint of the North.

  16. Add Shincliffe Walks - Walk 5: Walking the Bounds to your Itinerary

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    Walking Route

    Shincliffe

    Shincliffe Walks - Walk 5: Walking the Bounds

  17. 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.

  18. Add Walking in Teesdale - Bowes East Circular to your Itinerary

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    Walking Route

    Bowes

    From the free car park by the crossroads at the eastern end of Bowes, you will walk up through the village and Bowes Castle. From there you descend to the River Greta, cross the bridge, and walk east high up in the valley. The return route is part...

  19. 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.

  20. 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.

    Dates

    From:
    1 Jan 2018to31 Dec 2018