• Weardale Way Section 5

    Today, the delicate filigree of frost caresses teasel and cow parsley, lying dormant for the Winter. Bright, warming sunshine begins to melt the path and the river becomes less noisy. Having entered the middle course, it is less broken, being dominated by deep, slow-flowing pools and is now the habitat of cormorants and gulls.

    Read more in the Long Distance Walks section: Weardale Way

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