South Tyne Trail

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Statistics and Files
Start: Tynehead, Garrigill
Distance: 23 miles (37 km)
Grid Ref: NY752351
Climbing: 356 metres
Walk time: 8-11 hours
Days: 1-2

Ordnance Survey Explorer Map (1:25,000)

Summary: The South Tyne Trail is a walking route through the remote and less-visited countryside of East Cumbria and the former North Pennines, along the South Tyne from its the source south of Garrigill, through Alston and on to Haltwhistle near Hadrian's Wall. Much of the route uses well-surfaced paths along the route of the South Tynedale Railway. This is a multi-user route using paths, bridleways or parallel quiet roads. Mapped places on the walk from start to finish include Tyne Head, West Ashgill, Crossgill, Garrigill, Bleagate, Alston, Kirkhaugh, Slaggyford, Knarsdale, Eals, Lambley, Rowfoot and Haltwistle.

Useful Links:
Booklet Guide and Map (part of)
North Pennines
Long Distance Walkers Association

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