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Berwick-Upon-Tweed Walking Festival

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2016 sees the third Berwick upon Tweed Walking Festival.

With its great transport links what better location to come for a few days and not only enjoy the stunning walking but also the great hospitality that you get in Berwick upon Tweed.

This years festival has some great walks for all abilities.

All the walks and activities will take place over a long weekend in April 2016.

Please do browse the guided walks we have lined up for this year and if you have any questions please do not hesitate to get in touch.

We look forward to welcoming you at the 2016 Berwick Walking Festival.


Saturday 2nd April

Walk - Top to Sea, part 1 - Cheviot to Kirknewton
Distance - 13 miles
Meeting point - Berwick upon Tweed
More info here

Walk - Holy Island - On and off the beaton track
Distance - 6 miles
Meeting point - Holy Island
More info here

Sunday 3rd April

Walk - Top to Sea, part 2 - Kirknewton to Etal
Distance - 8 miles
Meeting point - Berwick upon Tweed
More info here

Walk - Belford figure of eight
Distance - 10 miles
Meeting point - Belford
More info here

Monday 4th April

Walk - Top to Sea, part 3 - Etal to Norham
Distance - 10.5 miles
Meeting point - Berwick upon Tweed
More info here

Walk - Whinstone Walk, Bamburgh
Distance - 7 m iles
Meeting point - Bamburgh
More info here

Tuesday 5th April

Walk - Top to Sea, part 4 - Norham to Berwick upon Tweed
Distance - 10 miles
Meeting point - Berwick upon Tweed
More info here



Event Properties

Event date: 02-04-2016
Event End Date: 05-04-2016
Location Berwick
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