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Hareshaw Linn

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rwcarr wrote a review Nov 2020
Hexham, England1 contribution
This used to be a lovely walk, now greeted by a small carpark rammed with cars, rubbish, overflowing bins and worse. Cars blocking access to houses, dog waste everywhere and in a time of Covid. We only have a short travel here ( less than 5 miles) but seem to be people from country wide. Stopped at friends house as couldn't park there, set off for walk with dog on lead and met by even more rubbish at start path at Low Dam (500m from car park) and worse to come, nappies up trees, dog waste on path and black bags everywhere. Even toilet paper and human faeces behind trees. Got to first waterfall which used to be a nice picnic area that is now trashed with rubbish everywhere. Turned around and went home, a once lovely area turned into a tip by people who don't care.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Bamez wrote a review Oct 2020
Haydon Bridge, United Kingdom52 contributions14 helpful votes
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Lovely walk with small children, lots to look at. We spotted a red squirrel and some other people saw a deer. Some smaller falls before you get to the big one which is beautiful. Not suitable for a pushchair or anyone who has difficulty with steps/uneven under foot I would highly recommended this walk
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Date of experience: October 2020
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ferroequine wrote a review Oct 2020
richmond108 contributions32 helpful votes
Lovely walk suitable for most (but probably not pushchairs) along a wooded valley over footbridges eventually terminating with a view of a waterfall in attractive location. This was on a Sunday (so a bit busy) but walkers were all ~Covid aware and practicing social distancing.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Helen L wrote a review Oct 2020
Bridgnorth, United Kingdom144 contributions40 helpful votes
Enjoyed this easy walk - would look, great with light falling on it from above so would think midday would be best to photograph the falls. Plenty of water falling and woodland walk was good for fungi spotting,
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Kaz1521 wrote a review Oct 2020
Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom118 contributions61 helpful votes
Walked up to Hareshaw Lyn. Good walk for someone who doesn’t usually go for walks but very enjoyable. Beautiful scenery .
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Date of experience: October 2020
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