GPS Cycle and Walking Routes


South Tyne Trail

23 miles (37 km)

Travel through the fabulous North Pennines AONB and enjoy some spectaular scenery on this shared walking and cycle path.
The trail starts off at Tyne Head - the source of the River South Tyne. You then head north to Garrigill along the river passing the impressive Ashgill Force waterfall as you go (see video). The trail continues to Alston where you will run alongside the fabulous South Tynedale Steam Railway (see video).
From Alston you head through Slaggyford and Lambley where you will pass the striking structure that is Lambley Viaduct. The final section takes you through Coanwood to the finish point at Haltwhistle rail station.
This is a terrific riverside trail with moors, fells and beautiful countryside to take in.
The route links with Isaac's Tea Trail and the Pennine Way around Alston.

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South Tyne Trail OS Map - Mobile GPS OS Map with Location tracking

South Tyne Trail Open Street Map - Mobile GPS Open Street Map with Location tracking

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Photos

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First Bridge on the River South Tyne

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Approaching Garrigill

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Alston

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Near Coanwood

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GPS Files

GPX File

South Tyne Trail.gpx (right click - 'Save As')

Memory Map Route

South Tyne Trail.mmo (right click - 'Save As')

Map