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Something for everything. The littke one are 6 and under. Youngest is 1 yr old. There little faces was lit up listening to the birds and watching them fly and chatter. The 6 yr olds enjoyed checking out leaves, trees and wooden bridges
Had a weekend camping up in Bellingham and took the opportunity to walk up to Hareshaw Linn.
Cloudy day but warm which was perfect for the walk.
A load of waterfalls and nice scenery on the walk, about a mile and a half each way....More
Found this walk by chance and so glad we did. It’s a pleasant 2 hours or so there and back and a great experience. Well maintained woodland paths follow the river upstream and it’s definitely a back to nature experience. Near the end 4 bridges...More
3 mile moderate up hill path following the river and crossing it several times on bridges, up to a waterfall. ~It is not a circular path - you walk up and back again. Takes about 1hr 40mins, We were lucky enough to see a red...More
A meandering path along the burn in a beautiful natural setting. You can take your dog/family with you. Outside holidays it is nice, quiet and every season it is different. It is well maintained (lets keep it!) and for all ages. A perfect retreat.
Easily accessible from town and an easy walk that takes about an hour each way if you have children with you. There is lots to see, even in winter, and plenty of rest points on the way up. The car park is not massive so...More
Head to Bellingham and you will see the signpost for the car park where the walk begins. Even if the small car park is full there is plenty of parking nearby. And a very nice cafe in the village if you don't have a picnic....More
If you are in the area, the weather's good and you have a spare afternoon or morning on your hands, this is well worth a visit.
It is a lovely walk up to a waterfall involving 1.5 miles of steady climb. The path starts out...More
Came here today, and the walk was lovely, the paths are very well maintained-you can't get lost (which is a worry of mine, being a solo hiker) it can be steep in places so make sure you have suitable footwear. It really is a magical...More