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  • Group Discounts

    Wooler is an ideal base for those looking for good value, comfortable accommodation with easy access to walking, cycling and outdoor sporting activities. Group discounts are available.




The Cheviot Hills form a back drop for a true outdoor activity paradise. Glendale offers opportunities for all levels of walking, you can simply walk along the many miles of footpaths, bridleways and quiet country roads that criss cross the area, The Breamish (Ingram), Harthope and College valleys within The Northumberland National Park are majestic places to spend some time wandering in and around, or you could take in a mountain or two in the Cheviots.

Shepherd's Walks

Walking provider in the heart of Northumberland.

  • Self led walking guides
  • Guided Walks
  • Events
  • Walking Holidays
  • View their 2017 programme of walks and events here 
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North East Guides

North East Guides delivers outdoor activity packages in various locations around the area, all designed to make the most of your stay, and give you a positive outdoor experience.

Their guided walks take place all the year round in Northumberland, the Cheviots, Hadrian's Wall, the North Pennines, and Lake District.

Information about their guided walks programme for 2017 and booking can be found here

Footsteps in Northumberland

A Footsteps guided walk can take you to the wilder side of the Northumberland Coast, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, throughout the year.

  • Visit deep hidden valleys and the summits of some great hills in the Northumberland National Park.
  • Explore its countryside, discovering places like St. Cuthbert’s Cave and the wonderful Ros Castle, one of the best view points in the County.
  • Discover the variation in wildflowers and birds which the seasons bring, in spring and summer, the wildflowers bloom and the birds, our summer visitors, are everywhere in the fields and hedgerows. In autumn and winter, our winter migrants arrive and the coast provides a home for tens of thousands of ducks, geese and waders; it’s quite a sight and on a Footsteps walk, you’ll see the best of our wildlife spectacular.

Downloadable pdfs of the walks programme can be found at: Footsteps Walks 2017

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Reiver Guiding

Border reivers were raiders along the Anglo-Scottish border from the late 13th century to the beginning of the 17th century. Their ranks consisted of both Scottish and English families, and they raided the entire Border country without regard to their victims’ nationality.

With many years experience of the local Northumbrian Hills, and the history that surrounds them, we can show you parts of the area, including Northumberland National Park including The Cheviot (815 m), the Pennine Way, St Cuthberts Way, and the Border Ridge- all steeped in legend.

The area is full of fantastic areas of interest including crashed World War planes, waterfalls, Reiver hideouts, ancient Iron Age Forts.

2017 Programme of Walks:

         2nd April 2017  – 9 miles – West Side Of Cheviot Tour
         21st May 2017 – In The Footsteps Of Reivers
         24th – 25th June 2017 – 14 miles – Summer Solstice Border Camp 
         Saturday 5th August 2017 -Ben Nevis £150 (maximum of 10 people)
         Contact for more detail, or visit Reiver Guiding