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Discover the Teesdale Way with a Cicerone guidebook

Cover of The Teesdale Way
Availability
Reprinted
Published
8 Jan 2013
ISBN
9781852844615
Edition
Second
Size
17.2 x 11.6 x 1.1cm
Weight
200g
Pages
160
No. Maps
27
No. Photos
63
1st Published
1 Jun 2005
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The Teesdale Way

From Dufton to the North Sea

by Martin Collins, Paddy Dillon
Book published by Cicerone Press

Guidebook to the Teesdale Way. The 100 mile walk follows the Tees from its source near Dufton to the North Sea near Teesmouth. Described in eight stages, which takes up to 2 weeks to complete. It also includes route descriptions for a selection of 10 circular walks based on and around the River Tees.

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Description

This excellent trail follows the River Tees from its source near Dufton in the Cumbrian Pennines through the northeast countryside to the North Sea near Teesside.

The 100 miles of the Teesdale Way are described in eight stages that take up to 2 weeks to complete. The often exhilarating walking leads through varied country – wild moorland and deep dales, many with dramatic waterfalls, gentle pastures and industrial towns. As well as being an invigorating walk through unmatched river scenery, the Teesdale Way also presents a cross-section of the regions social, cultural and economic life; this it does from both present day and historical perspectives.

This guidebook is divided into eight stages. Each stage provides a moderate day’s walking along with the prospect of being able to obtain overnight accommodation. The stages are only suggestions; they can be varied according to individual walking pace, the weather, your accommodation requirements or other factors.

Not everyone will wish to tackle the Teesdale Way in one go. There is much to recommend exploring it in increments, concentrating on one or two locations at a time. A final chapter in this book describes ten circular walks designed to combine parts of the Teesdale Way with footpaths through fine countryside flanking the river on both sides.

  • Seasons
    Suitable all year, but only limited facilities in winter.
  • Centres
    Dufton, Langdon Beck, Middleton-in-Teesdale, Barnard Castle, Darlington, Yarm, Stockton-on-Tees, Middlesborough
  • Difficulty
    Fairly easy terrain. Waymarked route. Some exposed moorland. Navigation skills required in fog or snow.
  • Must See
    High Force (England’s largest waterfall), Fairy Cupboard caves, Piercebridge Roman remains, historic towns

Aug 2017

 

Page 13

Correct information ref Cross Fell.

Cross Fell is the highest mountain in the Pennine Hills of Northern England and the highest point in England outside the Lake District.

Contents

Contents
Introduction
Some Notes on Teesdale
About the Teesdale Way
How to use this Guidebook
The Teesdale Way
Stage 1: Dufton to Langdon Beck
Stage 2: Langdon Beck to Middleton-in-Teesdale
Stage 3: Middleton-in-Teesdale to Barnard Castle
Stage 4: Barnard Castle to Gainford
Stage 5: Gainford to Hurworth-on-Tees
Stage 6: Hurworth-on-Tees to Yarm
Stage 7: Yarm to Middlesbrough Centre
Stage 8: Middlesbrough to South Gare Breakwater
Circular Walks
Walk 1: Langdon Beck
Walk 2: Cow Green
Walk 3: Bowlees Picnic Area
Walk 4: Cotherstone via Eggleston Bridge
Walk 5: Cotherstone via Barnard Castle
Walk 6: Greta Bridge
Walk 7: Barnard Castle
Walk 8: Winston
Walk 9: Middleton One Row
Walk 10: Yarm Bridge
 
Appendix 1 Mileage Chart
Appendix 2 Useful Addresses
Appendix 3 Further Reading
Appendix 4 Teesdale Way Accommodation List
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