Teesdale in the upper reaches of the Durham Dales has so much to offer, so much to discover and explore. From seeking out the caveman’s cave up Beck Road, to discovering the remnants of the old mines that litter the landscape offering a glimpse of a time long gone.
A visit to Teesdale offers an ideal holiday or short break, Teesdale is the inspirational Durham Dale with a spectacular unspoilt landscape and stunning heritage sites, here you can drive for miles on quiet, open roads, walk on waymarked footpaths, cycle along quiet country lanes and pony trek through heather and woodland. A large part of Teesdale is designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and has a European Geopark status.
For further information, you can click here to explore Teesdale.
See the map below for places to visit in Teesdale.
The map above has been provided to help you discover places to make your holiday a lot easier. You can make the map go larger (right side of the grey bar at the top of the map) to a full Google map to check roads and distances, or zoom in and out within this website, the choice is yours.
The markers provide lots of information, some with photographs and links to their websites.
Yellow Marker – Leekworth Caravan Site
Blue Marker – Place To Eat / Drink
Green Marker – Reservoir Fishing (Grassholme has fishing tackle shop)
Red Marker – Visitor Attractions