Hethpool house in the College Valley

Edwardian Country House

Walks from Hethpool house.

with 5 comments

We tend to separate the walks into two categories.

1. Those where you can start from the house.

and

2. Those where you need to drive a little way into the valley.

 

Walks which start from the house.

Local strolls

1. Exploring the lake and Hethpool Linn.Maybe see the wild or feral goats.

2. Hethpool Mill, water meadows and the Harrow bog.

Local walks

3. Great Hetha and a circular walk around the Elsdonburn Valley.

4.The Hill fort walk to Ring Chesters

5. The Western Hills.

6.Newton Tors.

Walks which need a short drive into the valley.

7. The Schil.

8. Braydon Crags

9. The Cheviot itself.

10. The Hen hole and the wilderness

11. St Cuthberts Way

12. The Pennine Way.

 

Written by Gillian

October 10, 2012 at 1:45 pm

5 Responses

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  1. Hethpool House lies on the Ravenber Way. This is a coast to coast walk of 210 miles, from Ravenglass in Cumbria to Berwick-upon-Tweed in Northumberland.

    Ron Scholes

    January 18, 2013 at 6:08 pm

    • Hello Ron,
      Great to hear from you….I have a copy of your book on the Ravenber way – good travel writing in deed.
      Last year I did drop you an email but maybe it got caught in your spam filter?
      Anyway I will resend and thank you

      Gillian

      January 21, 2013 at 6:54 am

      • Hello Gillian, Very many thanks for your reply and your kind comments.It is good to have feedback. I look forward to receiving more messages from Ravenber walkers. I shall soon be starting work on a long distance walk from Settle to Berwick-upon-Tweed. As they say – watch this space!

  2. I wish to have details of Coast to Coast on the Ravenber Way included on the Hethpool House News Letter and blog. I am working on a new book describing a long distance walk from Settle to Berwick-upon-Tweed. As a personal friend and associate of Alfred Wainwright, the book will contain route descriptions, as well as personal memories, tales and anecdotes.
    Ron Scholes

    • Hi Ron,
      That would be a pleasure to do this. Please check your email for one from my Dad, Colin. He had tried to contact you last year but said that he suspected the email was probably trapped in your spam folder 🙂

      Gillian

      January 21, 2013 at 1:10 pm


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