40+ places for daily walks in and around Sunderland

Daily walks are the highlight of my day, and trying to find somewhere new to go as often as possible without leaving the area is becoming more and more of a challenge. But to keep things interesting and to stop myself from going crazy for walking in the same places, I decided to do some research and find a whole load of places in and around Sunderland. Hopefully there is somewhere for everyone.

I do in fact have a whole page here on my blog dedicated to Sunderland Daily Walk spots which you should have a look at!

Penshaw Monument and Herrington Country Park

Symbols of the City to Walk Via

See also, Sunderlands Hidden Gems

Minster Park

Parks

See Also, The Best 6 Parks in the City of Sunderland

Tunstall Hill

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Countryside Areas

Hendon Beach

See also Top 5 Places for Daily Walks in Sunderland

Beaches

The Red House, St Peters Sculpture Trail

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The River Wear/Coast

I hope you have found somewhere new to explore that is close to home. As always please check ahead when visiting these places to ensure they are open and do not leave your local area.

Stay Safe and Happy Adventuring!

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