West to East Woodburn Circular Walk
The West to East Woodburn Circular Walk is an easy-going trail in Northumberland that features laid back country terrain and a riverside setting. While out walking the trail, you will explore the open fields between the villages of West Woodburn and East Woodburn, while also taking in the scenery along the winding banks of the River Rede. This is an excellent route that the entire family will enjoy.
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Route Description for West to East Woodburn Circular Walk
Featuring a peaceful riverside setting and the picturesque farmlands of Northumberland, the West to East Woodburn Circular Walk is a great route if you are looking to get outside and appreciate the natural beauty of the countryside.
Setting out from the trailhead in West Woodburn, you will initially head south along the A68, before breaking off to the east to traverse a quiet road that cuts across the surrounding farm field. Here, you will walk alongside the River Rede, eventually arriving in the village of East Woodburn.
Turning to the north here, you will make your way along the forested riverbank with a small hill on your right, eventually turning right in order to cross over the East Woodburn Bridge. From here, you will head to the southwest across the countryside, before arriving back in the village where you started the walk.
Getting to the West to East Woodburn Circular Walk Trailhead
The trailhead for the West to East Woodburn Circular Walk can be found in West Woodburn next to the Bay Horse Inn.
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