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Windy Gyle & Davidson’s Linn

Date: 24th May 2017
Time: 10:30 am  to  4:00 pm

Join us for our guided walk to Windy Gyle & Davidson’s Linn

With Windy Gyle and the Border Ridge our target for the day, we set off from Wedder Leap along the slopes of Kyloe Shin and head for Usawayford and then follow the valley to the delightful falls at Davidson’s Linn

One of the views on the Clennell Trail Run

 

Turning west we ascend the Border Ridge which we then follow to the top of Windy Gyle. After turning our back on the wonderful views into Scotland, we descend to Scotsman’s Ford and follow a lovely path over Trows Law which descends to the Rowhope Burn.

Discover the best routes in the Northumberland National Park on our  Guided Walks. Get outside, enjoy your time walking and leave the planning and navigation to us; it’s what we’re best at.

Nobody knows the best places to walk in the National Park like our volunteers so you’ll never be short of local history, stories, features and viewpoints.

Numbers are limited so it is essential to book; please do not just turn up on the day.

Please dress for changeable weather, wear walking boots or shoes and bring drinks and snacks. Whilst well behaved dogs are welcome, please take note of any specific instructions by the walk leader and the concerns of others.

Lace up your boots and enjoy a great time outside.

Duration – 5.5 hours

Distance – 9 miles

Category – Strenuous.  Long and energetic walks up to 18km (11 miles). Some ascents and descents may be quite steep and on loose material.  A good level of fitness is needed.

Starting point (please meet here approx 10 minutes before the start time)Wedder Leap – National Park Car Park

Directions: From Rothbury take the B6381 west through Thropton. At ‘Flotterton’ take the right signed ‘Alwinton’. Go through Alwinton and continue along the single track road for approx 6 miles. The car park is on the left before Barrowburn.

OS Grid Ref: NT 866 103

Postcode: NE65 7BP (general area)

For those wishing to use GPS/Sat-Nav to find walk start points please note that, particularly in open country, postcodes cover a large area, so, whilst the postcode will get you to the right general area, you will still need to follow the detailed directions to locate the actual Walk Start Point.

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Northumberland National Park Authority is the statutory Planning Authority for the area of the Northumberland National Park. View our planning pages here.