Isaac's Tea Trail

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Statistics and Files
Start: Isaac's Well, Allendale
Distance: 37 miles (60 km)
Grid Ref: NY838558
Climbing: 1,585 metres
Walk time: 15-20 hours
Days: 1-2

Ordnance Survey Explorer Map (1:25,000)

Summary: Isaac’s Tea Trail is a Long Distance Path which covers the Cumbrian North Pennnine Moors in the areas of Alston and Allendale. The path was launched in 2002, inspired by the tale of Isaac Holden, an itinerant tea seller who in Victorian times was a familiar figure on the rough tracks over Allendale Common and Alston Moor. The trail is administered by Allenheads Trust Ltd with help from Northumberland County Council, the Long Distance Walkers Association and the Ramblers.

Useful Links:
Isaac's Tea Trail
Hexham Ramblers
Northumberland Life
Independent Hostel and Bunkhouse Guide
Methodist Heritage
Long Distance Walkers Association

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