Northumberland National Park
Northumberland, Northumberland, UK
Breathtaking scenery, wildlife and history!
The Northumberland National Park was created in 1956 and covers 1,049 square km (405 sq miles). This is the least populated out of all national parks and has a highest peak of 815m at The Cheviot.
With over 1,100km of walking/cycling and riding paths you have much to do and some 430 monuments, 31 sites of Special Scientific Interest (SSI), 6 Special Areas of Conservation and 3 nature reserves this gives good activities for the whole family.
Visitor centres can be found at:
- Ingram Visitor Centre, Ingram, Powburn, Alnwick, NE66 4LT +44 (0)1665 578890
- Once Brewed Visitor Centre, Military Road, Bardon Mill, Hexham, NE47 7AN +44 (0)1434 344396
- National Park Centre, Church Street, Rothbury, NE65 7UP +44 (0)1669 620887
For more information click here for the Northumberland National Park website.
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