The Cheviot Hills, Northumberland National Park\n© Simon Fraser

Webcams

Over the past few years National Park Authority staff have been developing a network of web cameras capturing both the wildlife and landscape of the National Park.

Live footage from a bird box at Cawfields Picnic Site, Hadrian's Wall.

Cawfields bird box webcam image

The images below are a selection of landscape shots.

Ingram valley webcam image

Ingram Valley and the Cheviot Hills (NU043172)

This landscape reveals numerous signs of ancient settlement and human activity. This is hillfort country with Brough Law fort located on the peak, far right of the picture. A traditional picnic spot for families and now a playground for high hill walkers.

Cawfields webcam image

Cawfields Picnic Site, Hadrian's Wall (NY714667)

Another striking location where Hadrian's Wall and the Great Whin Sill are visible to dramatic effect. This disused quarry site is well used by local diving clubs and is ideally situated for walkers setting of to capture that Hadrian's Wall experience.

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