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Walk 36 - Edlingham to Alnwick

A great linear walk from Edlingham to Alnwick.

walk summary

As this is a linear walk it is best to catch the Rothbury bus from Alnwick but get off at Edlingham, then you will walk back to Alnwick.


Edlingham Castle has its origins in a house built by John de Edlingham in the 12th century, which was subsequently strengthened and fortified over the next three centuries.


The walk leaves the castle and church behind and passes through some lovely farmland before rising up to and joining the old railway line.


From the old railway line you get stuning views over tp the Cheviot Hills. We then cross some open access ground and climb upto the 'golf ball' that sits high above Alnwick and can be seen from miles around.


Then we follow the wall of the Duke of Northumberlands Estate (Hulne Park) as we drop down into Alnwick.


We then join this lovely permissive route as we head towards Alnwick. It gives you a very bit outlook on this area.

shepherd's notes

This walk is dependent on carching the bus from Alnwick to Edlingham at the start of the walk. You acn see the bus times here.

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