• Weardale Way Section 4

    Songbirds’ gentle calls echo through the bare branches, punctuated by the raucous calls of jays. Dippers alight on stones in the broken river and deep pools slow the water’s flow to a languid current where herons, mallards and goosander abound. The river ‘steams’ and cradles this mist as the air is still. No farmstead windmills turn and the cold air envelops the walker.

    Read more in the Long Distance Walks section: Weardale Way

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