Experience Northumberland’s history and geology on the 120-mile Sandstone Way mountain bike route between Berwick-upon-Tweed and Hexham.
A route known as the 'spine of the county', Sandstone Way tells a fascinating cultural, historical and geological tale. Whether you head north or south, the route is suitable for all abilities so set your pace and prepare for an adventure holiday in the great outdoors.
From Berwick in the north, the route takes in the Northumberland Coast AONB before heading inland towards the Cheviots. Marvel at the rugged wilds and tranquillity of Northumberland National Park whilst challenging your mountain biking skills, before crossing Hadrian’s Wall in the final stretch to the finish line at Hexham.
The route connects key market towns such as Wooler, Rothbury and Bellingham - ideal for a pint in a pub and a well-earned breather.
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