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We are home to England’s cleanest rivers, clearest air and darkest skies. Delve into our Roman past by visiting Hadrian’s Wall UNESCO World Heritage Site or lace up your boots for a day soaking up the stunning scenery and solitude of the Cheviot...more
All reviews cheviot hills beautiful scenery square miles offers great dark skies hadrian's wall sycamore gap well worth a visit countryside northumberland rugged waterfall beauty route england tourists paths
Stunning absolutely stunning, took a drive up to Keelder forest and we were blown away by the beauty of the National Park, if you have a day to just drive and stop, drive and stop please you will not be sorry you visited this most...More
An absolutely fantastic part of the world giving different scenery depending on the time of year you visit. A beautiful place and we will be back to cover more areas, we stayed in Hexham area so only covered a fraction of what this beautiful park...More
Differing levels of fitness needed to reach this iconic image at Cycamore Gap. We chose the decrepit old bodgers route along a well defined farm track sometimes crossed by shallow hill streams.A little rugged at either end of the mile long path but so worth...More
We spent a week near Hadrians wall and loved the whole area but were keen to get a little bit up into the more remote part of the National park and we were rewarded for doing so. We drove to Stonehaugh (turn off the B6230...More
Weather makes a huge difference for a trip to the area, and on this occasion the sun shone and moors looked stunning! Such wonderful views. I traveled through by car, but there were intrepid cyclists on the route too. Such a treat.
came here as we were staying in a caravan close by , didn't know what to expect but we were pleasantly surprised at what we found , we got parked easily and headed left into the dense forest and started uphill , its easy going...More