Isaac’s Tea Trail: Testimonials

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  1. Roger Morris says:

    Isaac’s Tea Trail is a well regarded Long Distance Path established in 2000 from existing Rights of Way between Allendale and Alston in a comparatively little walked and largely unknown part of Northern England. Walkers’ enjoy the variety of landscapes on view down the river valleys with fast flowing streams to the wilder more remote sections over the moors on the borders of Cumbria and Northumberland. The trail is fully way marked with distinctive logos over a circular route which is best recommended to be followed in a clockwise direction. The trail is administered by Allenheads Trust Ltd and copies of the trail guide, leaflet and accommodation guide are available from this source.

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