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  1. Add Chester-le-Street Heritage Trail to your Itinerary

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    Walking Route

    Chester-le-Street

    The Chester-le-Street Heritage Trail is a walk around the 2000 year history of Chester-le-Street market town, taking in sites of Roman occupation, Christian Heritage and Victorian Industry.

  2. 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.

  3. Add Durham Dales,Tunstall Valley, Wolsingham in Weardale to your Itinerary

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    Walking Route

    Walk high on both sides of the valley from Wolsingham to the wooded banks of Tunstall Reservoir. The Durham Prince Bishops developed Wolsingham from the 12th Century onwards as deer-hunting country and it is still well-wooded today.

  4. Add Walking at Hamsterley Forest to your Itinerary

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    Walking

    Hamsterley Forest

    When you walk around Hamsterley Forest you are walking through a former agricultural and shooting estate. Three walks start from the notice board in the Bedburn car park opposite the cycle hire and two further walks start along the valley from Grove...

    Dates

    From:
    1 Jan 2018to31 Dec 2019
  5. 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.

  6. Add Seaham -  Durham Heritage Coast Walk to your Itinerary

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    Walking Route

    Seaham

    This walk provides opportunities to explore Seaham and the Marina where there are a number of places to have a coffee or a meal or simply enjoy the view with an ice cream.

  7. 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.

  8. 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

  9. Add Durham Riverside Walk to your Itinerary

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    Walking Route

    Durham

    A wonderful Walk, taking in some beautiful Durham City Riverside Scenery. A 3 mile circular walk taking approximately 1-1.5 hours.

  10. 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.

  11. 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 2019
  12. Add South Ridge Walk to your Itinerary

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    Type:

    Walking Route

    Durham

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

  13. Add North Ridge Walk to your Itinerary

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    Walking Route

    Durham

    Discover the beautiful scenery and rich heritage of Lanchester Parish Distance: 3 or 3.5 Miles.

  14. Add Witton Dene Local Nature Reserve Walk to your Itinerary

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    Walking Route

    Durham

    Witton Dene Local Nature Reserve is a Local Wildlife Site of Ancient Woodland suitable for walkers and wheelchair users in parts. Witton Dene is a steep-sided wooded dene close to the village of Witton Gilbert. It is an oasis for wildlife .

  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 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.

  17. Add Sherburn Way Railway Path (Walking and Cycling Route) to your Itinerary

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    Walking Route

    Durham

    Coal mining arrived in this area in the 1840s with the arrival of local railways. This Railway Path once formed part of the Lambton Railway and it linked three collieries: Sherburn House Colliery, Sherburn Colliery and Sherburn Hill Colliery.

  18. 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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  19. Add Greencroft Walk to your Itinerary

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    Walking Route

    Durham

    Discover the beautiful scenery and rich heritage of Lanchester Parish. Distance: 5 Miles

  20. 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.