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Only 6 miles from our pods is an abundance of outdoor adventure just waiting for you to enjoy, they are some of Northumberland’s wildest landscapes.

- Free to explore:

Well worth a walk up to Great Wanney Crag, this 3 mile walk is spectacular in 360 degrees. There are also some great climbing spots for those who know how to handle their equipment!

Directly from our door sweep around by sweethope to take in some amazing scenery on your two wheels.

- Back at Sweethope the on site activities are to be prebooked with some of our great business partners, contact them or us for more information:

- Fly Fishing on one of the two loughs (140 and 12 acres) can be booked by contacting www.sweethope.co.uk

open water swimming introduction sessions can be booked with H2o Trails

paddle boarding can be booked again with Fenwick

raft building and sailing can be booked with Paul and Simone Wild About Adventure

canoe around the 140 acre lough again with Paul and Simone

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Re-connecting active minds with the outdoors, Wild About Adventure offer life-changing, thought-provoking experiences combining our passions for adventure and conservation. 

We are incredibly lucky to be set in beautiful rural Northumberland with all the exciting outdoor spaces that provides. From Coasteering in the Area of outstanding natural beauty of the Northumberland coast line to climbing the rugged limestone crags along the historic Hadrian’s wall, we bring nature to life with our high adrenalin activities. By doing so, the team aim to build an appreciation for wildlife and nature with a culture geared towards protecting and conserving our amazing natural world. 

A local family run business who specialise in providing outdoor activities and adventure for individuals, families and groups as well as courses and programs for schools and educational organisations. All of our activities can be tailor made to suit the needs of the individual, family, group and school. 

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We are peppered with pretty villages and market towns hosting their independent retailers and artisan crafters, coffee shops and restaurants.  Popular destinations around us include:

- Corbridge

- Hexham

- Bellingham

- Wark

- Rothbury

- and many many more

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With lots of local walks from the door and nearby you won't be disappointed with your choices, some of our most popular include:

- Hareshaw Linn, Bellingham

- Hallington Reservoir

- Wark riverside

- Chipchase Castle

- and many many more, your welcome book will include some ideas for you.

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Alnwick Castle & Gardens are a must for Harry Potter fanatics, historians and those who appreciate a beautiful setting.

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By far the most popular destination for our guests, with Sycamore Gap being the 'must do' on most lists.

This World Heritage Site is well worth a trip, with the Roman Forts along the wall and The Sill all worthy of a visit.

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The Northumberland Coast is only an hours drive, making it an ideal day out should the weather be more favourable that day their long sandy beaches are tempting.

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Our pods are ideal for dark sky observing, however there is also the Kielder Observatory and the Battlesteads where astrologists can help you navigate the night skies.

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A popular destination for cyclists, walkers and water sports enthusiasts.  This man made reservoir has some beautiful art installations and points of interest.

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The perfect guide to exploring Northumberland, the map takes you along some of the wildest and rugged routes along 254 miles of Northumberland. It’s just generally a useful map for roads/ where places are!

With such a varied landscape you will discover some iconic spots as well as some of the most remotest parts of England. Pick up the route wherever you want, our accommodation is the perfect place to base yourself for the trip. We can guarantee you’ll be back for more!

When booking your stay with us online you can save the p&p cost by adding a map to your basket and it’ll be ready for your arrival in your pod. 50p from every map sale goes to the Kielder Wildwood Project.