Craster to Beadnell
8 ½ mile one way.
This is a lovely walk which takes in beach and coastal path, the walk starts at the quaint romantic harbour. A short walk from the village takes you onto the coastal, and after just a short way Dunstanburgh castle comes into view. Here you can choose to visit the castle or carry on, we carried on. You skirt around the bottom of the castle leaving the ruin behind passing through a field of cows, on the day we walked we had one very inquisitive cow who wanted to know what was in my back pack. Along this part of the walk you pass an old complete gunners post, I took a look hoping to be able to get inside, however the inside and the doorway have been blocked up. At Low Newton the walk drops down onto beach until you arrive at High Newton, where you leave the beach to walk the clifftops. You can continue this walk along the coastal path or has we did drop down the sand dunes onto the beach to walk the rest of the way. There is a small river that covers the beach on the beach walk, this can be wadded through or there is a bridge back on the road, we wadded and walked on to Beadnell