Pilgrim’s Causeway Sunset Walk – 11th October 2020

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Pilgrim’s Causeway Sunset Walk is a twist on our traditional and popular Pilgrim’s Causeway walk. We were hoping to capture the sunset, as we returned back to Beal.

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Crag Lough and Sycamore Gap – 26th September 2020

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The Crag Lough and Sycamore Gap walk was put together to allow everyone to see Sycamore Gap from a different perspective.

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Walking post COVID-19 – Update

As you will be aware as at 18th September 2020 the North East has come under local restrictions. We therefore thought it would be useful to provide a “Walking post COVID-19 – Update” to you all.

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Why do people pay to walk with Strolls with Poles?

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Why do people pay to walk with Strolls With Poles? Good question. We are often asked “why should I pay to walk with Strolls with Poles”, when I can go for a walk on my own?

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Why try Nordic Walking?

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You might ask “Why try Nordic Walking?”. Well, why not? It is a great all over workout and as it is not generally a high intensity sport (unless you want it to be) it is ideal for everyone. There are also so many benefits.

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Nordic Walking and the UK Chief Medical Officers’ Physical Activity Guidelines

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The UK Chief Medical Officers’ Physical Activity Guidelines describes the benefits of different activities and they now include Nordic Walking.

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Crimdon Dene – 5th September 2020

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Crimdon Dene is a new walk, suggested by one of our walkers. It is one of the longest walks that we have done, but takes in some of the best bits of County Durham.

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Wall and Heavenfield – 29 August 2020

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The Wall and Heavenfield is a short walk but so varied and beautiful. It is one of Julie’s favourite shorter walks.

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Low Newton and Beadnell – 22 August 2020

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Low Newton and Beadnell is one of the best beach walks in Northumberland. Low Newton-by-the-Sea is a gorgeous little old traditional fishing village. It’s a great starting point for a walk up the coast and the coast here is stunning. Beadnell Bay is amazing and probably very underrated. So much so that we needed to have a walk here.

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Bolam Lake and Shaftoe Crags – 15 August 2020

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The Bolam Lake and Shaftoe Crags walk is a favourite of Julie as it takes in so many different areas and views.

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