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At Crisis, we believe everyone deserves a place to call home and the chance to live a fulfilled and active life. Thank you so much again for making a difference to the lives of some of the most vulnerable and isolated people in our society. Your support is hugely appreciated.
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Hadrian's Wall Challenge
Route: This walk is one of the most spectacular of any of the national trails, boasting a combination of; great views, magnificent terrain and ancient history.
We start our challenge at Greenhead just outside of Haltwhistle. Here we will experience some spectacular stretches of Hadrian's Wall, as well as some of the most challenging sections. However, the views are beautiful over Crag Lough. Continuing, we will pass Houseteads Roman fort and head down into our finish at Chollerford. The price includes bus transfer to the start at Greenhead
Distance: 20 Miles
Duration: 8 -10 hours
Date: 21st August 2021 BOOK NOW
Northumberland Six Peaks Challenge
Start/Finish: Harthope Valley (2.7 miles South West of Wooler)
Route: This is our most popular challenge, with over 350 people completing it in the last two years. We start our day at the start of the Harthope Valley, heading up to the trig point at Cold Law. We continue over both Broadhope Hill and Scald Hill, where you can enjoy stunning views of the Cheviot, the highest hill in Northumberland at 815 metres. Upon reaching the summit of the Cheviot, we head over Comb Fell and on to the summit of Hedgehope (the second highest hill in Northumberland). From here, you will be able to look back and reflect on the picturesque route we have taken. We then descend down through Long Crags and arrive back at the start.
Distance: 16 Miles
Duration: 8 – 10 hours
Date: 10th July 2021 BOOK NOW
Route: We start our challenge in the centre of beautiful Rothbury town. We continue and join St Oswald’s Way, heading up and over the Simosnide hills. Upon reaching the summit, we descend into Harwood Forest, this takes us on a large loop and allows you to experience first hand the beauty of the forest. We then return to the Simonside Hills, making our way over Tossin Hill and into our descent back to Rothbury.
Distance: 18 Miles
Duration: 8 – 10 hours
Date: 18th September 2021 BOOK NOW