Sunderland Bridge and the Weardale Way is a lovely walk around woodland, farmland, and the private grounds of Croxdale Hall.
I am always looking for good walks in Tyne & Wear and County Durham. The more built up nature of the regions means it is often difficult to get away from urban areas. So, it is nice to find somewhere so close to central Durham. Here it is though.
I am not going to claim that I made up this route myself. As with many walks the core route is in the public domain. I merely walked it and added the details you see here.
The last Friday in July was a beautiful day. So, I decided to take a walk around Hallington and Colt Crag Reservoirs. I was rewarded with a gorgeous and varied walk, in an area that I haven’t visited before.
This Craster and Howick walk guide directs you on a lovely walk, starting in Craster and taking in some beautiful fields and woodland before finishing with a walk along the coast. It is only 6 miles long but still a very varied walk.