HexhamCorbridge

Hexcor one
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By a Slow Ways Volunteer on 07 Apr 2021


Distance

8km/5mi

Ascent

127m

Descent

137m

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This is a Slow Ways route connecting Hexham and Corbridge.

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This is a Slow Ways route connecting Hexham and Corbridge.

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Reviews - 3

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Is this route good enough? -  Yes (3)

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Hexham
Grid Ref NY9361464112
Lat / Lon 54.97159° / -2.10130°
Easting / Northing 393,614E / 564,112N
What3Words footballers.develops.vineyard
Corbridge
Grid Ref NY9890964433
Lat / Lon 54.97452° / -2.01858°
Easting / Northing 398,909E / 564,433N
What3Words wound.cured.onion

Hexcor One's land is

Arable 49.4%
Pasture 5.5%
Urban 17.5%
Woods 27.5%

Data: Corine Land Cover (CLC) 2018

reviews


JDCrew

16 Nov 2022

Excellent route between the two towns. Once out of Hexham (or before entering Hexham on reverse route) the route is entirely traffic free. Care is needed when the crossing of A695 at Dilston, but otherwise very easy to follow the route, and good underfoot all the way.


Andyhoth

31 Oct 2021

Definitely the best route between the two, although it might be easier navigation-wise to just follow the main Eastgate road out of town and up the hill.
Only difficulty is picking up the footpath turning right at the end off tyneview terrace. Dont turn up the hill after the last house on the right. Proceed straight on for approx 50 yards, past the run down garages and signpost is there.

Lovely walk to do, very pretty around the Dilston area.


Andyhoth

31 Oct 2021

Definitely the best route between the two, although it might be easier navigation-wise to just follow the main Eastgate road out of town and up the hill, until you reach Tyneview Terrace.
Only difficulty is picking up the footpath turning right at the end off Tyneview Terrace. Dont turn up the hill after the last house on the right. Proceed straight on for approx 50 yards, past the run down garages and signpost is there.

Lovely walk to do, very pretty around the Dilston area.


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