Haltwhistle Walking Festivals

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Haltwhistle Spring Walking Festival 2015


April 25th - May 4th


Welcome


Booking has started and is going well. See the full programme and booking link here.


Walks include:


2 days on Hadrian’s Wall, taking walkers eastwards to Corbridge.


Shorter walks include Mohope, Swinhope and Castle Carrock.


Special Interest walks on birds, poetry, Jacobite rising, and archaeology.


There are two Farmhouse Tea walks, one is a longer, harder walk than the other.


We are celebrating 50 years of the Pennine Way with a 3 day strenuous walk from Scotland to Housesteads.


An extra walk has been added to the programme for Saturday May 2nd when walkers can enjoy crossing the river at Allen Banks on the newly rebuilt Wobbly Bridge. (Please note that the numbering for the later walks have all changed.)



The Autumn 2014 Festival went very well and we were delighted that so many of you came along. Click here for photographs from the walks.









































If you have ideas for future festivals or any comments to make, please contact us on haltywalkfest@btinternet.com  We want to provide the sort of walks you like best.




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The Smith

(Haltwhistle and District)

Charitable Trust

Linstock to Banks

Day 1 Autumn 2014


Important Dates for 2015


Spring Festival

April 25th - May 4th


Autumn Festival

October 3rd - 11th  




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