- Distance: 8 miles
- Type: Mainly traffic free with a small on road section in Ashington
- Classification: Easy, although there is one steep section
- Access: Morpeth and Pegswood Train Stations
Route 155 travels through a picturesque part of Northumberland. At only 8 miles long, this gently undulating route is perfect for families and novices. There is only one short, steep hill about a mile from Morpeth. This route is along a shared cycle/pedestrian way, apart from 0.7 mile on quiet back roads in Ashington. There is easy access onto Route 1.
Things to see and do
- Queen Elizabeth II Country Park
- Newbiggin Heritage and Maritime Centre - a year round visitor, heritage, and education centre based around the restored Mary Joicey lifeboat
- Newbiggin Promenade with view of ‘The Couple’ offshore sculpture.
Map shows the National Cycle Network and local routes in this area.
Route 155 travels between Morpeth and Newbiggin-by-the-Sea