St. Oswald’s Way Easy Access Short Walks CRASTER
The picturesque village of Craster is situated on one of the finest stretches of the beautiful Northumberland coast. Its commercial history is based on fish and the local whinstone.
Today the village is visited by locals and tourists who come to enjoy the lovely harbour, and to walk along the shore to nearby Dunstanburgh Castle, through a view that was painted by JMW Turner.
Distance: 2.3 miles (3.7km)
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.
How to buy your set of Maps of these short walks
Craster – 2.3 miles (3.7 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.