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Bellingham & North Tyne Circular Cycle Routes

A set of six do-in-a-day circular cycle routes around the market town of Bellingham. The routes range from 12-23 miles and take in some stunning scenic views of Northumberland National Park.

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

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

Kestrel - Route 6

CLICK ABOVE FOR DOWNLOAD. Part of the Bellingham & North Tyne Circular Cycle Routes set. A tour of the dramatic North Tyne and Redesdale landscape, taking in wild ells and serene valleys as well as the villages of Bellingham, Wark and Birtley
Mid Tyne Cycling Routes - Wark

Mid Tyne Cycling Routes - Wark

Three do-in-a-day cycle routes

Red Squirrel - Route 5

CLICK ABOVE FOR DOWNLOAD. Part of the Bellingham & North Tyne Circular Cycle Routes set. Description: Follows the North Tyne river valley, then climbs up to Greenhaugh and Thorneyburn with dramatic and panoramic views over the moorland along quiet country lanes

Salmon - Route 4

CLICK ABOVE FOR DOWNLOAD. Part of the Bellingham & North Tyne Circular Cycle Routes set. Follow the migratory route of the salmon alongside the River North Tyne to Kielder along quiet country lanes and over open moorland

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