GO Outdoors staff list their '˜must-see' gems

GO Outdoors has announced the best-kept gems in Berwick and the surrounding areas to help everyone make the most of their summer outdoors.

Sunday, 28th August 2016, 07:12 am
Berwick Walls

Following a successful start to the summer, GO Outdoors Berwick staff members took it upon themselves to suss out the best-kept secrets of what the area has to offer during the summer months.

Following queries from both local customers and tourists on the best areas to visit locally, the GO Outdoors team put together their list of the best outdoor gems surrounding the local area to discover this summer with key product available in store to help along the way.

James Renton, store manager, said: “We think our hidden gems are a brilliant day out for locals and tourists alike and they’re a great day out for both families and single explorers.

“We’d recommend everyone visit at least one location this summer for a breathtakingly beautiful day out, right on our doorstep.”

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The GO Outdoors team’s recommended highlights include:

The Berwick Walls: This is a fantastic walk for learning key facts and fun history about the town, enjoying stunning scenic views along the way.

Berwick to Holy Island: A 10 mile stretch along the coast to the spectacular route of Holy Island.

St Cuthbert’s Cave: The famous St Cuthbert route from Melrose Abbey to Holy Island.

Cheviot Hills: Hugely popular among hikers and only 16 miles from the store, the Cheviot Hills are full of hidden delights.

Seahouses: A beautiful coastal area with plenty of places offering dog-friendly dining options and a range of caravanning and camping sites at affordable prices.

Cocklawburn Beach: Enjoy a wild camping experience that will make your summer unforgettable.