Join us for a walk along the traditional route to Lindisfarne, the ancient Pilgrim’s Way, where Saints and early Christians walked before us.
- Adult 18+
- Teenager 12-17
- Child 10-11
- Private Group of 4-10 Per Person
Hedgehope a hill, Linhope Spout a waterfall
Hedgehope in the Cheviot Range rises to 2,343 feet (714-metres). Unlike its more famous neighbour, The Cheviot, from its summit Hedgehope has some grandstand views making all the uphill walking worth the effort. At well over 2,000 feet, Hedgehope qualifies as a mountain, so if you’re up for a challenge, lace up your hiking boots and join this 10-mile (16-kilometres) STRENUOUS walk to the summit of Northumberland’s second highest peak.
The moorland is home to a number of birds, red grouse all year and in the Spring and Summer, curlew and lapwing are common.
The final highlight of the walk is if you’re brave enough, a wild swim at the foot of the highest waterfall in the National Park, Linhope Spout. If you fancy a dip, just let me know and it can be included in the itinerary. If you just want to stand and stare, then that’s absolutely fine as well.
You will have memories of a remote and wild landscape, a sense of achievement and if you do take the plunge into the Linhope Spout pool, then that is an unforgettable experience too.
What to Bring
- Walking boots or walking shoes
- Polyester cotton trousers; no denim jeans, please
- A waterproof coat, waterproof trousers, a hat, and gloves; a sunhat such as a baseball cap for sunny days
- One bottle of water per person, 1 to 1.5 litres is recommended
- A picnic lunch and some snacks
- A towel and a swimming costume if you want to try a wild swim (Summer months only)
Clothing depends on the season. Please contact us for advice!