Haltwhistle Walking Festival

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Haltwhistle Autumn Walking Festival 2015

October 3rd to 11th

The programme for the autumn festival is nearly complete.  We have a few new routes to check out before we tell you everything, but we hope you will like the walks we have devised.

The full programme will be on the web by the end of July and booking will start early in August.

Here is a sneak preview to whet your appetite!

Longer walks include:

Christianbury Crags

Maiden Way

Mighty Geltsdale

Kielder Stane

It’s Wild North of the Wall!

Corbridge to Haltwhistle, a 3 day walk via Eschells and Allen Banks
(Friday 9
th - Sunday 11th October)

Shorter walks include:

Waters’ Meet and Warden Hill

Whitley Chapel

Beacons, Bastles and Haughs

The Delights of Talkin Tarn

Around Broomlee Lough

Special interest walks include:

The Deer Walk (by popular request)

Where the Dark Ages Began with author Max Adams

Archaeology near Goatstones with Phil Bowyer

Natural History

Bookings will not be taken before August.  If you would like to have advance warning, make sure you are on our email list (see link below)

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

Important Dates for 2016

Spring Festival

April 23rd - May 2nd  

Autumn Festival


Hadrian’s Wall April 2015

Photo: Maureen Hart

Outside Coanwood Quaker

Chapel, Spring 2015