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This guidebook describes 50 day walks across the North Pennines, England's remotest Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty taking in parts of Cumbria, County Durham and Northumberland. Most of the routes are circular and they range from 5 to 14 miles, with something to suit all abilities. Route descriptions are accompanied by 1:50K OS mapping.
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A guidebook to day walks in the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), across Cumbria, County Durham and Northumberland. The book includes 50 walks exploring England’s ‘last wilderness’, ranging from 5 miles (8km) to 14 miles (23km). Most are circular, though there are some linear routes, and there is something to suit all abilities over a variety of terrain. Route descriptions are illustrated with OS mapping and colour photographs, and the book includes details of local transport services, accommodation and tourist information centres. The walks cover a variety of terrain, from flat railway trackbeds to pathless moorland, and provide the opportunity to explore the striking geological features and fascinating industrial heritage of the area.
page 238 is a cairn on the summit of Dead Stones and not Nags Head.
|THE NORTH PENNINES|
|Plants and wildlife|
|Access to the countryside|
|Getting to the North Pennines|
|Getting around the North Pennines|
|Tourist information and visitor centres|
|Using this guide|
|Walk 1 Brampton, Gelt and Talkin|
|Walk 2 Hallbankgate and Cold Fell|
|Walk 3 Castle Carrock and Geltsdale|
|Walk 4 Croglin, Newbiggin and Croglin Fell|
|2 The East Fellside|
|Walk 5 Hartside, Black Fell and Renwick|
|Walk 6 Melmerby and Knapside Hill|
|Walk 7 Maiden Way – Kirkland to Alston|
|Walk 8 Blencarn, Cross Fell and Kirkland|
|Walk 9 Knockergill Pass – Knock to Garrigill|
|Walk 10 Dufton, Great Rundale and High Cup|
|3 Warcop Range|
|Walk 11 Murton, Murton Pike and Murton Fell|
|Walk 12 Hilton and Tinside Rigg|
|Walk 13 Mickle Fell via the Boundary Route|
|Walk 14 North Stainmore and Slate Quarry Moss|
|Walk 15 Kirkby Stephen and Nine Standards|
|Walk 16 The Tan Hill Inn and Sleightholme Moor|
|Walk 17 Bowes and Bowes Moor|
|5 Lower Teasdale|
|Walk 18 Greta Bridge and Brignall Banks|
|Walk 19 Barnard Castle and the Tees|
|Walk 20 Woodland and Copley|
|Walk 21 Cotherstone and Romaldkirk|
|6 Middle Teasdale|
|Walk 22 Tees Railway Walk|
|Walk 23 Middleton and Monk’s Moor|
|Walk 24 Middleton and Grassholme|
|7 Upper Teasdale|
|Walk 25 Low Force and High Force|
|Walk 26 Holwick and Hagworm Hill|
|Walk 27 Cronkley Fell|
|Walk 28 Cow Green and Widdybank Fell|
|Walk 29 Cow Green and Herdship Fell|
|Walk 30 Wolsingham and Frosterley|
|Walk 31 Stanhope and Stanhope Dene|
|Walk 32 Westgate, Middlehope and Rookhope|
|Walk 33 Chapelfell Top and Noon Hill|
|Walk 34 Rookhope to Stanhope|
|Walk 35 Waskerley Way – Parkhead to Consett|
|Walk 36 Edmundbyers and Edmundbyers Common|
|Walk 37 Blanchland and Blanchland Moor|
|10 Devil’s Water|
|Walk 38 Devil’s Water and Hangman Hill|
|Walk 39 Dipton Mill and Dipton Burn|
|Walk 40 Allen Banks and Staward Gorge|
|Walk 41 Allendale Town and Hexhamshire Common|
|Walk 42 Allendale Town and Allenmill Flues|
|Walk 43 Ninebanks, Hard Rigg and the Dodd|
|12 South Tynedale|
|Walk 44 Alston, Garrigill and River South Tyne|
|Walk 45 Alston, Lambley and Haltwhistle|
|Walk 46 Slaggyford and Grey Nag|
|13 The Dale-Heads|
|Walk 47 Allenheads and Killhope Law|
|Walk 48 Cowshill and Killhope|
|Walk 49 Killhope Cross and Knoutberry Hill|
|Walk 50 Nenthead and Nag’s Head|
|Appendix A Route summary table|
|Appendix B Useful contacts|