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Five New Trampers in the North Pennines AONB

We are so excited to be able to offer our members the chance to visit five new locations across the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). Working with our partners at North Pennines AONB we have created new routes which really showcase the different landscapes and activities within the AONB.

The 5 locations are listed below and you can follow the links to book your session. The first availability starts week commencing the 3rd July. With the addition of these new sites our network now stretches across the North of England and we will strive to add more and more routes for you to enjoy.

High Force Waterfall: one of the most dramatic waterfalls in the country. The route winds through beautiful woodland above the river. The magnificent fall gradually reveals itself and you can appreciate the power of the water as it hits the plunge pool.

Bowlees Visitor Centre: visit the Low Force Waterfall, follow a farm track for amazing views over Teesdale, or visit Bowlees quarry, home to an abundance of wildflowers.

Derwent Waterside Park: two of our longer routes available along the shores of Derwent Reservoir, home to a wonderful array of birdlife. (Fist availability not until the 24th July).

Killhope Mining Museum: the museum allows you to explore how this lead mine operated and what working and living there was like in the 19th century. The Tramper can be used to explore the outdoor area of the museum and to see any demonstrations from the guides.

Talkin Tarn Country Park: a beautiful glacial tarn surrounded by ancient woodlands. The Tramper route offers lovely views over the water, as well as the chance to see the birds, flora and fauna that call the Tarn home.

See all the new hire sites on one map here :


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