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Across the Merse to Duns -route 4

CLICK ABOVE FOR DOWNLOAD. Circular Cycle Ride from Berwick Upon Tweed - part of a set of 5. The Main Route ( ). Follow the Pennine Cycleway (NCN68) out of Berwick to Paxton,and then along country lanes through Hutton, Allanton and Edrom to Duns. Return to Berwick via Whitsome, the Chain Bridge and East Ord. 35.7 miles

Alnmouth / Warkworth Loop

This route links two of Northumberland's loveliest villages. Alnmouth, with it's single main street leading to the mouth of the River Aln, and larger Warkworth which sits on the River Coquet with it's ancient gateway and bridge, fine village centre and towering castle. The route is 50% quiet lanes, and 50% cycle path off the road, and is particular suitable for novice riders. Distance - 10.5 miles (can be halved). Suitable for all bike types.

Black Grouse - Route 1

Part of the Bellingham & North Tyne Circular Cycle Routes set. Starting in Bellingham, the capital of the North Tyne, the route follows quiet country lanes taking the rider over Sundaysight which offers tremendous open vistas of the wild and rugged landscape of this area of England, and a feeling of real isolation before dropping down to the pretty village of Greenhaugh and then following the tranquil valley of the river North Tyne back to Bellingham.

Buzzard - Route 2

CLICK ABOVE FOR DOWNLOAD. Part of the Bellingham & North Tyne Circular Cycle Routes set. Description: Follows the existing National Cycle Network, R.68 and R.10, to Greenhaugh in a circular route along quiet country lanes

Craster South Loop - Route 1

A mixture of in-land and coast, off-road / on-rad riding with options for a large loop or two smaller ones. Highlights - Howick Hall (home of Earl Grey tea!), superb picnic spots in sheltered bays and coves, attractive fishing village of Craster famous for it's kippers. Distance - up to 10 miles (can be halved). Mountain bike / hybrid preferred type of bike.

Curlew - Route 3

CLICK ABOVE FOR DOWNLOAD. Part of the Bellingham & North Tyne Circular Cycle Routes set. Follows the existing National Cycle Network, R.68 and R.10, to Greenhaugh on a circular route along quiet country lanes and over open moorland

Exploring Berwick's Surroundings -Route 1

CLICK ABOVE FOR DOWNLOAD. Circular Cycle Ride from Berwick Upon Tweed - part of a set of 5. The main route (22 miles) starts at the Youth Hostel, over the Old Bridge, along the coast to Cheswick on signed NCN1, across to Loanend via Unthank and Murton, rejoin NCN1, over Chain Bridge, past Paxton to Berwick.

Exploring the Berwickshire Coast - route 5

CLICK ABOVE FOR DOWNLOAD. Circular Cycle Ride from Berwick Upon Tweed - part of a set of 5. The main route (35.0 miles). Berwick - East Ord - Chain Bridge - Bluestone Ford (footbridge) - top of Chirnside - Reston - Cairncross - Alemill - Eyemouth. Return to Berwick through Ayton, Foulden and Paxton.
Hadrians Cycleway (NCN 72)

Hadrians Cycleway (NCN 72)

Fast becoming the second most popular long distance cycle route in the country. A classic coast to coast route which can be added to the C2C, PCW 68, HCW to make bigger longer rides.
haydon bridge cycle routes

haydon bridge cycle routes

These three routes, one of which offers two optional loops, give the chance to explore the countryside and quieter roads in and around Haydon Bridge and the Tyne Valley. The ascents and descents of the valley sides offer cyclists some fairly challenging exercise which is rewarded by excellent panoramic views of the valley, Hadrianā€™s Wall and beyond. All the routes start at The Bridge Community Library and Visitor Information Point in the centre of Haydon Bridge, where cyclists can obtain further information prior to the ride. The routes are chiefly on quiet country roads with some off-road sections, which are nevertheless suitable for most types of bicycle.

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