Wooler and Glendale

Gateway to the Cheviot Hills

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Hedgehope Winter Wipeout
Running

Location

Looking for a way to blast off those cobwebs following the festive season? Here’s a half marathon for the hardy souls only – summer runners look away now! Hedgehope is the second highest peak in the Cheviots and is regarded by many as the jewel in the...
Homildon Cottage borders the National Park
Self Catering

Location

Contact Information

Phone
01665 721380

Quality Grading

4 Star
On the very border of Northumberland National Park, Homildon Cottage is an attractive traditional cottage dating back to the early 1800s. Sleeping up to eight, it offers seclusion and tranquility while being only 15-20 minutes walk from Wooler.
Heatherslaw Light Railway
Visitor Attractions

Location

A 15" gauge steam railway running from Heatherslaw, two miles to Etal Village - a return journey of 50 minutes. Great fun for the kids (and the big kids)
Harthope Valley
Cycling

Route Information

Approx Distance
9 miles
Terrain
On and off road sections
This ride brings you into one of Cheviot's most delightful valleys. There are some optional extras and the distance quoted is just into the valley and back. Whilst there is a rough track section on this route it can be negotiated carefully on a road bike.
Walking

Route Information

Approx Distance
4 miles
Time
at least 2hrs
A walk through time taking you from the Market Town of Wooler to the top of Humbleton Hill, through 2000 years of our past. Exhilarating panaramic views of The Milfield Plain and beyond.
Highburn House Country Holiday Park
Caravanning & Camping

Location

Contact Information

Phone
+44(0)1668 281344

Quality Grading

4 Star
Highburn House is a family run park, which is set on a small working farm. The Park is scenically situated with its central running stream and panoramic views overlooking the Cheviot Hills and valleys. Wooler is well known as the outdoor capital of Northumberland.
Heatherslaw Mill
Historic Buildings
Working water mill on the banks of the River Till.
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