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New Booking Practice

A New Way of Booking Your Favourite Walks

After many years of sterling service, our booking agents, Bradsons, are no longer able to accomodate the Haltwhistle Walking Festival. As a result we have created an account with Eventbrite. The link to Eventbrite is available from each walk description. It is also accesible from the main 2022 Programme tab. If you are having any problems or are unsure how to use this service you can contact us via the website. Just use the Contact Us tab and click the Enquiries box. Alternatively you can ring 07452 945638. Please note that this number may not be manned all the time.


 

2022 Walking Festival

The 2022 Walking Festival is now available to view!

Please click Here or on the  Festivals - 2022 Programme tab at the top of the page to see our full list of 26 great walks.

Don't forget the Social Evening!

Booking starts at 10:00 on Tuesday 1st of February

We are sure that you will find something that interests you amongst all the walks on offer and we look forward to welcoming you to our 2022 Festival.

Hadrian's Wall 1900 - AD122-AD2022

Anyone using the AD 122 Bus running alongside Hadrian's Wall will know very well that AD122 is a highly significant date. Hadrian ordered the building of his great project to start in that year - and 2022 will mark the 1900th anniversary. Hadrian's Wall 1900has been set up to commemorate this, and will co-ordinate and promote a variety of activities to celebrate the Wall and its significance to our history, landscape and culture throughout AD2022.

Read more: Hadrian's Wall 1900 - AD122-AD2022

The Tyne, the Tyne, the Bonny Tyne

Those of you who walk often with us will know that we are always coming accross a giant obstacle - The River Tyne. On so many of our walks, we have to find a way of crossing it! We have seen it in all its moods, and in every type of weather. It is always a treat, a fascinating and beautiful river. One of our walkers, Geoff Chrisp, has been so inspired by the Bonny Tyne that he has created a website. We are sure you would love the opportunity to share his walker's eye view of this great north east landmark - so please visit Geoff's website at River Tyne

haltwhistle leisure centre

Please click on the advert to find out more.