Hareshaw Linn Waterfall Walk
The Hareshaw Linn Waterfall Walk is an outstanding adventure in Northumberland that features a cascading waterfall that is designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest, thanks to over 300 species of lichens, moss, and liverworts in the area. While out walking the trail, you will make your way along the forested banks of Hareshaw Burn, until you arrive at the 30ft tall Hareshaw Linn Waterfall. This is a fun outdoor excursion perfectly suited to anyone that enjoys nature.
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Route Description for Hareshaw Linn Waterfall Walk
Featuring a lovely woodland setting and a beautifully atmospheric waterfall that is home to over 300 species of plant life, the Hareshaw Linn Waterfall Walk is an amazing adventure for those times when you are just wanting to get outside and explore the beauty of nature.
Setting out from the car park, you will leave the village of Bellingham behind and make your way to the northeast, following along the tree lined banks of Hareshaw Burn. The woodland terrain here is fairly rocky and features several small climbs and descents, many utilizing steps, so be sure to exercise caution if the path is wet and slippery.
After making your way through the tranquil woodland landscape, you will eventually arrive at the site of Hareshaw Linn, where you will be met with an amazing view of the cascading 30ft waterfall. Here, over 300 species of lichens, moss, and liverworts thrive, resulting in the falls being designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest. After taking in the beauty of the falls, simply make your way back along the same route to relive the wonderful woodland terrain on the return to the trailhead.
Getting to the Hareshaw Linn Waterfall Walk Trailhead
The trailhead for the Hareshaw Linn Waterfall Walk can be found at the Hareshaw Linn car park and picnic area in Bellingham.
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