North Pennines

Looking for quiet days out, walks to do with your dogs or spend some time observing the wildlife then the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is the place you should go to.

The North Pennines AONB is a range of hills situated in the North of England, in the counties of Cumbria, Northumberland, County Durham and North Yorkshire. It is the second largest AONB in UK with an area of 2,000 km2. It is also classified as a UNESCO Global Geopark. It is mainly composed of open heather moors, rivers, hay meadows and stone-built villages showing the remains of a mining and industrial past.

You can find the walks we did in the list of blog posts below. Most of them are dog friendly but dog will need to be on lead when crossing fields with livestock. All the walks have been translated in French. Additionally, you will be able for each walk to download a PDF with clear guidances and GPX file by visiting our page on the walking website Visorando. A link specific to the PDF of the walk is also provided in each blog post.

Walks in the North Pennines AONB

Find more informations and walks about the North Pennines AONB on:

Find all our walks in the UK National Parks on this page.

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