Weardale Way :: Shared Description
A 77 mile route following the River Wear from the sea at the Lindesfarne Memorial, Sunderland to the headwaters in the east Pennines, keeping as close as is possible to the river. It visits Lumley Castle, Durham (where the Castle and Cathedral forms a World Heritage Site), Bishop Auckland and Stanhope. After Stanhope the Way makes a northward loop to Rookhope to take in part of a tributary, Rookhope Burn.
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Created: Wed, 31 Aug 2011, Updated: Wed, 31 Aug 2011
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