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Norham, Northumberland

Difficulty Leisurely

Walking time 1 hour 30 minutes

Length 7.2km / 4.5mi

Route developer: Keith Fergus

Route checker: Chris Hatherill

Start location Norham village green (NT899473)
Route Summary When the River Tweed crosses the border into Northumberland, the first village it reaches is Norham. The focal point of this picturesque walk is the impressive ruins of Norham Castle.
1 review
Overall rating:
Jul 03, 2015
(3 reviews)
This is a delightful walk with good views of the Tweed enhanced, when we did it, by the profusion of wild roses and butterflies along the route. Near the end of the walk, Norham Castle is well provisioned with information boards and makes a very interesting visit.
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