St. Oswald’s Way Easy Access Short Walks BAMBURGH
Bamburgh with its magnificent castle, is one of the highlights of Northumberland. Steeped in history going back thousands of years it was once the seat of the Anglo-Saxon kingdom of Northumbria when Oswald was King!
This is a short route both within the village of Bamburgh and out along the beautiful coastline, exploring some of the fascinating history and some spectacular scenery.
Distance: up to 2 miles (3.2km)
This walk is available in its own folded leaflet in a set of eight which are waterproof and rip-proof, including maps, route instructions and information about the places and features found on the walks. They provide inexpensive and invaluable information to plan these great days out on St. Oswald’s Way in Northumberland.
Bamburgh short walk = up to 2 miles (3 km)
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Most of these walks follow public rights of way and other paths. There are, however, sections where country roads must be used. Please take great care when walking along roads and remember to follow the Highway Code.