​Longer Walking Routes in Northumberland

Northumberland's varied and dramatic landscapes are popular with walkers of all abilities.  

Where to begin? Northumberland's breathtaking scenery can be walked from fell-top to wooded valley and from the Pennines to the North Sea. Here are just a few examples of the many walking routes Northumberland has to offer. 

Hadrian’s Wall Path - 5 miles from Hexham

Walk all or part of the 84-mile trail from coast to coast following the World Heritage Site of Hadrian's Wall, past Roman settlements and forts. Passes 5 miles north of Hexham.

More about Hadrian's Wall Path

Isaac's Tea Trail Heritage Walk - 10 miles from Hexham

A challenging 36-mile circular walk over the North Pennines (AONB) from the village of Allendale, named after Victorian tea seller Isaac Holden.

Isaac's Tea Trail Map and Description

Northumberland National Park

NNP covers a large geographical area and there are many wonderful walking routes within its bounds.

Northumberland National Park Walking Routes

More walking in Northumberland

If you are happy to travel a little further, Northumberland offers a number of spectacular walking trails and routes.

Northumberland Walking Routes

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