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Natalie Brown reviewed Hareshaw Linn Waterfall
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WalkingGreat!

Beautiful trail so much to see

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Carl Morgan reviewed Hareshaw Linn Waterfall
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Hiking

Really nice walk with a clearly marked path Bit muddy in places but very scenic A nice way to spend a couple of hours walking

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Andy Dodsworth reviewed Hareshaw Linn Waterfall
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Hiking

lovely walk through woodland. seemed to be slightly longer than advertised, but probably because I was with a 3yo

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Hiking

Spectacular views! However I came down the hill on the wrong side. Whoops

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Tamsin W reviewed Linhope Spout
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Hiking

After all the rain over the past couple of days/nights the paths on the final approach were pretty soggy - but the “spout” was spectacular! Easy terrain and a simple enough clamber down to the bottom of the waterfall itself. Didn’t find the rocks to be slippy at all but we were wearing good boots. Would recommend for a short stroll.

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Hiking

really enjoyed this walk. you follow a stream all the way up to the Cheviot crisscrossing over it. you get muddy so make sure you have waterproof boots on but that makes the walk soo much more fun

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Hiking

Stunning walk in the Cheviots. As others have said, Walking Boots are a must.

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Charles Sismey reviewed Linhope Spout
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Walking

Along tracks and road , nice farm and houses on route, water fall worth the walk.

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Dan Heward reviewed Hareshaw Linn Waterfall
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Hiking

We had a lovely walk up to the waterfalls. It’s really pretty and our 2 year old walked it so pretty easy walk. We would definitely recommend this walk.

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Sarah Louise reviewed Linhope Spout
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WalkingGreat!No shade

Absolutely beautiful. If you park at the end of the road (after turning at the private road) it's just under 4miles down to the waterfall and back. You start off walking down the private road and then start the incline up on a gravel path. When you start coming down next to the waterfall there are some rocky parts to climb down that can get slippy when wet. On a lovely sunny day it's a great place to have a picnic (large grassy area at the bottom) and great to jump in at the waterfall and have a swim. (the water is freezing though so would only do this on warm days)

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HikingMuddy

enjoyable route, good walking boots and poles definitely useful as it is muddy in places

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Jim Rundle reviewed Linhope Spout
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Hiking

Really enjoyed this walk. The first half is walking down a private road from the parking area to Linhope village, then the climb up starts which is steep in some areas. Once at the spout, the walk down is quite tricky especially in the rain as the rocks ca be very slippery as I experienced! Really worth the look and it’s a fairly quick walk, go take a look!

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HikingGreat!MuddyWashed out

Fantastic hike, very boggy throughout however, with a number of stream crossings. Be prepared and come with high walking boots!

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gavin wyatt reviewed Hareshaw Linn Waterfall
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WalkingGreat!

a great trek up to the waterfall, mostly easy trails with the odd uphill challenge, not too challenging though but with well thought out benches at the top of the hills

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Becky Patterson reviewed Hareshaw Linn Waterfall
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Hiking

Lovely trail, only downside is it’s one road in and out, we went on a weekend and it was quite busy so we were constantly passing people. Apart from that lovely location. A group of people were swimming at the foot of the waterfall which looked amazingly refreshing

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HikingMuddy
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Followed the trial through hart hope burn as soon as the track ends it pretty much is the beginning of the mud and bogginess you can see a path right around this circular but your forced to take your time and watch your footing. I’d suggest a good pair of waterproof boots are essential and poles came in handy too. Coming back down toward langleeford and scald hill was boggy also. I would only recommend this climb and hike if you have a few walks under your belt and confident to challenge yourself.

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Hiking

Great trail, great for all abilities. took just over an hour to complete there and back.

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Mark Ord reviewed Hareshaw Linn Waterfall
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Hiking

Great walk. Beautiful scenery and the reward at the end of the trail is worth it. Not a difficult hike and it is very family friendly. Couple of picnic benches are on site which makes it handy for a bite to eat.

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HikingMuddy
First to Review

A great circular walk from Kirknewton, up the College Burn to Hethpool Linn then following part of St Cuthbert's Way back towards Yeavering Bell, which is a great place to visit, with the entire top of the hill still surrounded by the remains of the walls of an Iron Age hill fort. Look out for the wild goats on the way up and down. Can get muddy walking through fields towards Hethpool Linn. Make sure you stick with the fence in this section as you walk alongside the wood, as the stile to cross over the fence to take you down through the trees to the burn is behind bushes so is easily missed

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Samantha Robson reviewed Linhope Spout
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HikingRocky

Highly recommend this walk, a couple steep bits throughout, really easy to follow route. Absolutely worth it once you get to the waterfall at the end. Beautiful little picnic and photo spot nice easy trail back. (backdated review we hiked this in summer 2019)

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Jodie Sutherland reviewed Hareshaw Linn Waterfall
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HikingRocky

Brilliant walk for all the family

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Alison Cordner reviewed Hareshaw Linn Waterfall
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Hiking

Beautiful waterfalls along a fairly easy walk. Lots to see along the river. Beautiful woodland. The dogs loved it too!

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