There are approximately 830 square miles of access land in the North Pennines AONB – more than any other protected landscape in England and Wales. This leaflet will help you exercise your right of accessing open country in a responsible fashion.
Map and routes
Includes a full colour map showing where the access land is in the North Pennines as well as detailing 5 self-guided walks (between 4 and 8 miles) using public rights of way and access land. Sections on ‘How to find out more’, ‘Dogs on access land’, ‘Where you can go, what you can do’, and ‘Restrictions on access’ are also included in this comprehensive introduction to your rights and responsibilities.
A companion guide called ‘Treading carefully: birds and access land in the North Pennines’ is also available as a pdf download.
To order this publication simply send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, call 01388 528801 or write to North Pennines AONB Partnership, Weardale Business Centre, The Old Co-op Building, 1 Martin Street, Stanhope, Bishop Auckland, County Durham DL13 2UY.
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