Causey Arch offers great walks in beautiful woods, paths can be a bit muddy if it has been raining to wear suitable footwear. Lots of wildlife and Red Kites. You can spend a good few hours walking or do small 'loops' for short walks. Check out the times of the famous trains as they pass by on part of the...
Causey Arch, what a truly splendid sight, you can step back in time. Drive up to the entrance for Tanfield Railway, park up and walk down. It's a marvellous site with superb history you may not know we had!
We walked over the Causey arch today as part of a circular walk, and were lucky enough to see a train on the Tanfield railway, which brings home the purpose of this track. If you plan on visiting do read the leaflet as it helps you understand what you see.
A good area for a gentle stroll, with or without a dog. Suitable for off lead generally quiet spot. There is a nice circular walk starting and ending at the car park, it takes least than an hour.Can be slippy in places though during wet weather and there are steps to negotiate for buggies or nor so fit amongst us....
This area has a great walking route for all the family. The kids love to catch a glimpse of the Tanfield Railway trains steaming through the forest. There is also a great cafe on site that offers a good selection for lunching.
The first arched bridge built since Roman times. Two routes to it, one with steps is not easy for people who struggle with them, sign said a few, it was lots of uneven heights and slippery. Worth it though. Found alternative way back.