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The Reivers Way is a long-distance footpath in Northumberland which takes in some of the outstanding countryside of the Northumberland National Park and the Cheviot Hills. Totalling 242 kilometres (150 mi) it starts in the Roman township of Corbridge and crosses the Hexhamshire Common before heading up along Hadrians Wall. Via Wark and Rothbury it heads into the Cheviot range via Clennell Street leading up to The Cheviot before dropping down to Wooler. From Wooler the path passes through Belford to the Northumbrian Saxon's capital of Bamburgh, and then follows the North Northumbrian Coast Path through Seahouses to Alnmouth.
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