An ancient landscape on Doddington Moor

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Dod Law is the highest point of Doddington Moor, above the village of Doddington in Northumberland. It is a landscape rich in megalithic, bronze age and iron age sites. Megalithic cup and ring carvings, Bronze Age Burial cairns and a number of Iron Age hill forts - this walk visits them all. There is even a downloadable resource courtesy of Newcastle University to help you find some of the rock art.

There are amazing views over Millfield Plain to the Cheviot and its surrounding hills.

So what are you waiting for, head out, enjoy a short of amazing walk through the landscape of our ancestors, and take in the views too.

England - North England - Northumberland - Countryside


Ancient Monument, Great Views, Moor, Wildlife
28/06/2023 - Jen Maughan

Point 4, go over the stile not the gate, these are two totally different paths. Going over the stile and keeping the fence on your left keeps you on the track, going through the gate and keeping the fence on your left is totally in the wrong direction This is a beautiful walk and the views are incredible, however we ditched the instructions and used map and compass to find the trig point

13/11/2013 - Richard Hardy

Mostly off lead. Some exposure to livestock

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