Waskerley Way Railway Path (Walking and Cycling Route)

Start at Lydgett's Junction in Consett
From Consett centre, follow A692 towards Castleside
Turn left at The Grove
Consett
County Durham

Tel: +44 03000 264 589

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Viewpoint from Cycling on the Waskerley Way

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Facilities

Catering

  • Picnic Site

Parking & Transport

  • Car parking - At Lydgetts Junction, Rowley, Whitehall, Waskerley Station, Hawkburn Head and Park Head.

Provider Features

  • Distance (more than 10 Km)
  • Grade (Moderate)
  • In countryside
  • Route Surface (Railway Path/Walkers/Horses/Villages/Roads)
  • Route Surface (Traffic free Railway path/Kids)
  • Route Surface (Traffic free/Cycle Path/Walkers)
  • Suitable For (Any Bike)

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