Here, in Northumberland National Park, we are keen for visitors to get outdoors and enjoy the rich history, scenery, flora and fauna.
And there’s no better way of sampling these delights than getting your walking boots on and taking one of our volunteer guided walks.
Our volunteers are incredibly knowledgeable about the elements that make the Park special and can bring the spectacular sights to life with stories from the past and interesting facts about what you may see.
There are over 70 walks of all types and grades across the Park, from April through to October, starting at just £5 per person. Book in advance through our website or turn up and pay on the day; the choice is yours.
There is no charge for children under 16, though they must be accompanied by an adult, and we kindly ask that you don’t bring dogs.
Lace up your boots and enjoy a great day outside.
Our 2016 Guided Walks
|16-Oct||Rothbury, Lordenshaws, Simonside Ridge Path & Great Tosson|
|23-Oct||From Romans to Roadstones|
|26-Oct||King’s Wicket & Hotbank|
We’ll be adding more guided walks over the coming weeks, so keep checking back.