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Route 7 Cross Fell and Chapel Fell

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235 Miles Start Richmond, North Yorks, End Richmond North Yorks

This route is a figure of 8 centred on the market town of Alston on the banks of the River Tyne near the source of the south tributary. There a mixture of small slower roads and fluent sport roads across this stunning and dramatic landscape.

Historical connections abound along the B6318 which follows the path of Hadrian’s Wall. The A686 and A689 are faster roads but care still needs to be taken as there are some sharp ascents and descents on the routes.

Suggested Place to Stay

Low Cornriggs Farm House
Cowshill in Weardale
Bishop Auckland
County Durham
DL13 1AQ

Tel: 01388 537 600

www.alstonandkillhoperidingcentre.co.uk

Low Cornriggs is a traditional working hill farm, parts of which date back over 200 years. It is registered with Natural England as a site of Special Scientific Interest for its rare fauna and flora. Open all year it has 4 AA stars for Quality.

They offer safe parking for their guests as well as quality accommodation in warm and comfortable large bedrooms with wonder full veiws, all of which have their own character, and have TV and tea and coffee making facilities and en suite bathrooms.

The serve an excellent home cooked breakfast using home made bread and jams and local and organic food when ever possible and are winners of the AA Pie awards 5 years running!

£26 – £28 per night for a double and high quality cottages available to rent.

Cross Fell Hadrian’s Wall Low Cornriggs Farm House