Billingham Walks

Billingham Beck 400m Circuit

0.25 miles (0.4km)

10 minutes

Mostly flat, unpaved

Great route taking you into some fabulous nature trails passing a great woodland pond. The course is flat with slightly rough terrain. Free car parking on site. Suitable for walkers or runners. Can get a little muddy when wet so suitable footwear is advisable.

Billingham Beck, Sandy Road and Gravel Hole

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Billingham Beck Country Park

1.1 miles (1.9km)

25 minutes

Uneven surfaces, muddy when wet

A great nature trail around the scenic countryside park of Billingham. This route offers plenty of nature to see and hear, and is great for walking with your friends/family, or taking the dog for a walk.

Cowbridge Beck East to West

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Cowpen Bewley Heritage Trail

0.5 miles (0.8km)

10-15 minutes

Suitable for prams and wheelchairs

A great heritage walk with views of Roseberry Topping! Capturing the scenes of the Old Medieval Open Fields. Look out for the Old School which was build in 1874. Drop into the fabulous pub for a lovely beverage and treat yourself to a spot of lunch.

Cowpen Bewley Woodland Park

2.5 miles (4.1km)

1 hour

Level surfaces, muddy when wet

This route offers an abundance of stunning nature and wildlife, watch out for frogs at the pond, they like to make an appearance occasionally. With a mix of all terrain under foot this park will truly give you an enjoyable outdoor experience. Great outdoor facilities for the kids to come and enjoy too.

Cowpen Bewley Woodland Park South

1.1 miles (1.8km)

25 minutes

Rough, muddy when wet

A great trail walk, taking you around a vast area of Heritage and Nature. A small number of steps to climb and descend from when crossing over the railway line.

High Grange Circular 1

1.5 miles (2.5 km)

30 minutes

Mostly flat or paved

A nice short walk with a mix of all terrain from paths to trails. Great play park to stop off with the children and a few shops for refreshments.

High Grange Circular 2

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John Whitehead Park

0.6 miles (1km)

15 minutes

Suitable for prams and wheelchairs

Great walk around the park for the whole family. Fantastic play and skate parks for the children to enjoy. Don’t forget to call into the sensory garden and surround yourself with nature. Stay for lunch or refreshments.

North Tees Trail (England Coastal Path)

5.7 miles (9.3km)

2 hours

Rough, muddy when wet

A section of the England Coastal Path, running up from the north side of the Transporter Bridge. Lots of wildlife to be seen on this route, especially near the Saltholme ponds and various birdwatching areas.

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