Greenlee Nature Reserve Boardwalk W2W

Event date:
16th July 2022
Time:
11:00
Location:
The Sill: National Landscape Discovery Centre

West Tynedale Ramblers Wellbeing Walk Leaders and National Park Volunteers have designed walks suitable for people wanting an introduction to the inspirational landscapes of Northumberland National Park. Whilst still more challenging than urban walks, our friendly leaders have chosen easier routes and will walk at a pace suitable for all.

We will meet at the Sill Landscape Discovery Centre and travel together to our walk starting point. We will follow the newly opened route over farmland to access Greenlee boardwalk where rare and wonderful flora and insects can be found. We then continue on the boardwalk, through stunning reed beds, to the bird hide at Greenlee Lough where we were we can view typical wetland birdlife – bring binoculars if you can. From there we walk up through a hay meadow to Greenlee Farm and then follow the bridleway back to Gibbs Hill Farm.

Everything you need to know

Duration: 3.5 hours

Distance: 5 miles

Category: Easy 2

Find more information to ensure this walk is right for you on our Walking Checklist page here.

Please bring a packed lunch and water; dress for changeable weather and wear suitable footwear

Sorry, dogs are not allowed on these walks.

Terrain:  Good footpaths and Bridleways with of course a section of boardwalks.  There are easy ascents and descents and a couple of places where it is likely to be wet underfoot. In wet conditions the boardwalk may be slippery.

Meeting place: The entrance at The Sill: National Landscape Discovery Centre

Post Code: NE47 7AN

Grid Reference: NY 752 669

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Additional information:

Booking Essential.

Please ring The Sill National Landscape centre for further information: 01434 341 200 or contact events@nnpa.org.uk

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£4.00