Sunderland isn’t a huge city but there are a whole load of places you can go for a walk without having to travel too far. This is a list of over 40 places to keep your walks interesting and possibly find somewhere new to discover.
It was during the lockdowns that this post was written as it gave me the chance to explore our doorstep. So now I can pass that on to all of you!
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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!
Symbols of the City to Walk Via
- Roker pier and lighthouse
- Penshaw Monument
- Northern Spire Bridge
- Whitburn Mill
- Cleadon Mill
- Wearmouth Bridge
- Stadium of Light
- St Peter’s Church
- Sunderland Empire
- Hylton Castle
- Barnes park
- Mowbray Park
- Roker Park
- Backhouse Park
- Doxford Park
- Silksworth Ski Slope Park
- Minster Park
- Thompson Park
- Hetton Lyons Country Park
- Elba Park
- Herrington Country Park
- Rainton Meadows Nature Reserve
- Tunstall Hill
- Cleadon Hills
- Cherry Knowle Dene (Along the old train line)
- Fulwell Quarry
- Seven Sisters at Copt Hill
- Castle Eden Dene
- Hawthorn Dene
See also A Lockdown Survival Guide
- Victoria Viaduct
- St Peters Sculpture trail
- Riverside Path North Side (Along C2C path)
- Riverside Path South
- Roker Marina
- Seaham Marina
I hope you have enjoyed this post and been inspired to find somewhere new to visit!
Stay Safe and Happy Adventuring!
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