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    Greenhaugh and Thorneyburn Walk

    Difficulty
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    Moderate
    Duration
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    1-1.5h
    Distance
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    4.2 km
    Elevation
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    101 m
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    Directions to Trailhead

    The Greenhaugh and Thorneyburn Walk is a short adventure in Northumberland that loops around a stream for a chance to spot some local wildlife. While out on the trail, you will leave Greenhaugh behind and traverse the countryside surrounding Tarset Burn, where you will likely spot a number of bird and mammal species. Walkers should take note that there will likely be wildlife in the area, so be sure to keep your dog on a lead.

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    Route Description for Greenhaugh and Thorneyburn Walk

    If you are after a quick jaunt through the countryside that features lovely wildlife views and is suitable for the entire family, then the Greenhaugh and Thorneyburn Walk is the perfect route for you. Keep your eyes peeled, as you just might be able to spot heron, red squirrels, and grey wagtails along the trail.

    Setting out from the trailhead next to the Holly Bush Inn, you will make your way north along the road in order to leave the village behind and get out into the countryside. Here, you will cross over Tarset Burn and make a sharp left along the road to head southwest, eventually passing by a small stretch of woodland terrain.

    Shortly after passing by the wood, you will turn left to get off the road, traversing the open countryside to the southeast while enjoying some nice views of the surrounding landscape. After arriving at the edge of a road near Tarset Burn, you will make your way northeast on the return leg back into the village.

    Getting to the Greenhaugh and Thorneyburn Walk Trailhead

    The trailhead for the Greenhaugh and Thorneyburn Walk can be found in the village of Greenhaugh, next to the Holly Bush Inn.

    Route Information

    • Backcountry Campground

      No

    • When to do

      Year-Round

    • Pets allowed

      Yes - On Leash

    • Family friendly

      Yes

    • Route Signage

      Average

    • Crowd Levels

      Low

    • Route Type

      Circuit

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