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Cragside Challenge Walk - Self Guided or Guided

Cragside Challenge Walk - Self Guided or Guided
Sat 27th June 2015

Shepherds Walks has again teamed up with the National Trust to put on the fourth 13 mile Cragside Challenge walk/ run.

Starting at Cragside (free entry included in entry fee), the former home of Lord Armstrong this 13 mile walk will pass through this superb National Trust estate before following the River Coquet to Rothbury. From here the route rises up past Lordenshaws Iron Age Hillfort (Checkpoint 1) to Dove Crag, the highpoint of the walk.

The route then drops down passing Tosson Lime Kiln (Checkpoint 2) to the small village of Thropton, before crossing the River Coquet.

The route the rises up to the Cragside Carriageway drive which is the picturesque landscape to the north of Rothbury. You will then drop down to the stunning finish on the banks of Tumbleton Lake.

The route is good under foot. Way markers will also be in place to make for easy navigation.

As you complete the 13 miles challenge walk at your own pace you will pass through checkpoints and snacks and drinks will be available on route.

Please do book early to avoid disappointment.

Below is a YouTube film from the last Cragside Challenge walk in 2014 -