This 3.5km geological trail explores the Upper South Tyne Valley.
The route follows part of the South Tyne Trail and introduces you to many of the rocks which give the landscape of the North Pennines its unique character. Free publication.
The route uses part of the South Tyne Trail and it will introduce you to many of the rocks that give the landscape of the North Pennines its unique character. The route also crosses a number of mineral veins that were once worked commercially and the remnants of mining operations can be seen in several places.
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