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Haltwhistle Rings Walks

Links to all of the the Haltwhistle Rings Walks are now available.

The gpx file links for your gps device can also be downloaded for each walk (or its alternatives).

All twenty two of the original Rings an be accessed on the Haltwhistle Partnership Site 

Read more: Haltwhistle Rings Walks

Haltwhistle Rings Relaunch

Between 2019 and 2020, the 22 original Haltwhistle Rings Walks have all been rewalked, checked, rerouted where necessary and repairs requested from the Council as required. A fantastic editorial job has been done and all the updated walks are just waiting for you here

Some of these walks use open access land. You can find more information on the ‘right to roam’, including any local closures, here. (Link to external site)

All 22 of the original Rings Walks can be accessed on the Haltwhistle Partnership website (Link to external site)

Below: Joss Mahon checking the route north of Greenhead.

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The History of the Rings

The Haltwhistle Rings are a collection of 22 circular walks of between 4 and 9 miles, all centred on Haltwhistle and its neighbouring parishes. They were devised, tested, mapped and described by keen local walker John Dixon (now deceased) and Mike Swan. 

Read more: The History of the Rings

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