Our favourite woodland walks to enjoy Autumn in the North East
Updated: Nov 9, 2021
We are a very outdoorsy family and love to go on woodland walks, not only is a chance to grab some fresh air but we can also explore nature around us. Autumn is our favourite time of the year for various reasons. Nothing beats walking in the freshly falling leaves, the amazing colours of Oranges, Red and Yellow and there's a certain earthy smell you get in Autumn too.
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One of our favourite things to do during Autumn is get out and walk in some of the woodlands we love. Here are some of our favourites. Please feel free to let me know your favourite walks.
Kielder Forest, Northumberland
Hamsterley Forest, County Durham
Cox Green, Sunderland
Chopwell Woods, Gateshead
Hawthorn Dene, Near Seaham
Castle Eden Dene, Peterlee
Simonside, Near Rothbury
Tunstall Reservoir, Wolsingham
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