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RunningMuddy

Did this as a morning run, its a pretty technical run, with steep climbs and steep descents, didn't realise how boggy the Comb Hill section would be - was thankful that I came out with both shoes still on my feet. As a running loop, its not great, but the views are worth it.

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Samuel Macdonald-Walker reviewed Crag Loch and Hadrians Wall Circular Walk
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Hiking

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

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WalkingMuddy

One of our favourites, we did it anti-clockwise yesterday which we preferred, we didn’t hurry too much and it took about 6 hours. The walk itself is pretty steady for most walkers, but if you don’t like boggy terrain it’s not for you. If like me you find it quite fun then great! On a sunny day you can see for miles into Scotland, England and out to the Sea and the islands offshore. Plus all the beautiful purple heath, grouse etc.

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Graeme Miller reviewed Simonside Hills Walk
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AllTrails User reviewed Greenlee Lough Walk
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HikingFlooded
First to Review

Trail not very clearly marked in places and the boardwalk round the Loch was flooded out (in August). Wish we’d had wellies not walking boots to get down the path by the Loch. Pretty little walk and it filled the time we had left.

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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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HikingMuddy

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

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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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Richard Timson reviewed Simonside Family Walk
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weekend walkers, took my wife and my 8 year old daughter and we all really enjoyed it. Paths well walked and laid out well. great walk.

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HikingNo shade
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One of the most enjoyable hikes we have done in the UK. The scenery is beautiful on a sunny day with sheep and cows to accompany you throughout. The views across Northumberland and the Scottish Border are lovely. One thing to note is that the parking route takes you through military property which can be closed or used for drills. This was a most enjoyable day hike.

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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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HikingMuddyOff trailRocky
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HikingMuddy
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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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Yellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarGray StarGray StarJune 28, 2020
Hiking
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Good small walk has a bit of hill climb in the beginning. Easy to follow paths and tracks.

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John Martin reviewed Bloody Bush Edge and Cushat Law
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First to Review

To be honest there a few parts to this walk that are very nice but in the main its nothing special. I don't have any desire to do it again and have done countless others that are better in the area.

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Karen Denholm reviewed Sill and Sycamore Gap
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Hiking
First to Review

Great walk ! Fab views too . Was a hot day so found it hard work uphill . But over all great

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Raphadan Barwick-Berding reviewed Crag Loch and Hadrians Wall Circular Walk
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Very good trail with great views of Hadrians Wall and Sycamore gap.

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Raphadan Barwick-Berding reviewed Simonside Hills Walk
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Great little trail in good condition with nice sea and hill views. We recommend to come early, as trails can be quite busy later in the day.

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Tony McDonald reviewed Simonside Hills Walk
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Hiking

Did this fabulous walk in an anticlockwise direction, conditions were perfect , slightly chilly but not too cold, however, once at the summit it was cold with a strong breeze. very clear views in all directions. First time in 40 years I had been up here, why oh why did I leave it so long? It was very busy today, mainly because of society's position in troubled times, everyone was very polite, giving space where needed. A lo of respect for a fabulous walk.

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WalkingMuddy
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really nice walk, very grateful for shelter in the church due to rain/snow storm. would appear farmer has put in a couple of fences which needed a bit of climbing. field around the old peel tower was a bit boggy but it has been very wet recently.

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