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Wooler to Fenwick

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Map / Wooler to Fenwick
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The penultimate day takes you toward the coast, walking through forest and field on your way to Fenwick.

19.5 km
5:11 h
300 m
338 m

Wooler is the largest town in the Cheviot Hills area and was founded in the 12th century but has been a market town since the 13th century and today still has one of the most important livestock markets in northeast England. As you follow today's walk,  enjoy the pleasant mix of farmland and forest and pass through Weetwood Moor, part of which lies between the nearby hills and the coastal plain. Crossing Weetwood Bridge and near the 18th century Weetwood Hall, continue on to Fenwick.

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Author
Callum Broad
Updated: September 03, 2019

Highest point
173 m
Lowest point
40 m

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This route is used in the following itineraries:

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WSSSCW2

WSSSCW3

WSSSCW4

Start

Wooler Market Square (80 m)
Coordinates:
Geographic
55.545684, -2.014982
UTM
30U 562151 6155957

Destination

Fenwick

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These maps and routes are designed to be used in conjunction with our traditional documentation. We have recently embarked on a conversion initiative to bring the two elements together, and this itinerary will be covered in due course.

In the meantime, using the two elements alongside each other should go a long way to ensure you have a safe, enjoyable and problem free day.

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Reviews

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Mary Anne Yeldham
August 18, 2019 · Community
This was a very difficult walk due to the weather and the amount of water on the trail. We got lost twice and had some difficulty with the signage. Therefore we were 9 hours on the walk and the pick up at Fenwick was not easy- we could not have known when we would be in Fenwick to organise a pick up. Lindisfarne Inn contacted a taxi company on our behalf because we had very little battery on our phone. The plantation and photo of same in the rucksack guide needs updating the plantation is now well established.
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Distance
19.5 km
Duration
5:11 h
Ascent
300 m
Descent
338 m

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