Great Outdoors

JUNE MARKS ‘National Great Outdoors Month’ and luckily we have a whole host of stunning places to enjoy in and around Stockton-on-Tees.

Check out our favourite local walks and let us know your top spots over on our socials…

Roseberry Topping
It’s our most famous landmark and its prefect for a hike with the whole family with panoramic views from the top. You can start at Newton-under-Roseberry beneath the peak or if you fancy something a bit longer, start at Guisborough Forest. There’s plenty to take-in along the way including a friendly herd of cows, smells of wild garlic and the opportunity to take stunning pictures.

Eight Bridges Way
Taking in iconic landmarks along the way, this walk by the River Tees is truly relaxing. Start at Tees Barrage, walk up to the Transporter Bridge and loop back round to Victoria Bridge then end your walk at the White Water Café for coffee and cake! This fantastic walk offers great heritage and nature plus you might even see a seal or two!

Honey Pot Wood
If you fancy something a bit shorter, then Honey Pot Wood is a flat walk and perfect for dog-walkers. Based near Whitton village, you are bound to see beautiful nature along the way at this small woodland with ash, oak, beech and birch trees plus wildflower meadows which attract red admiral, small skipper and peacock butterflies.

When visiting the great outdoors, please take note of the countryside code to ensure enjoyment for all. Click here for more information.

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