Come and experience Durham's railway legacy. The railway paths - former railway lines - are attractive countryside routes that can be used by walkers and runners, wheelchair users, horse-riders and cyclists.
Railway Paths in County Durham
- Auckland Way: Spennymoor to Bishop Auckland
- Brandon - Bishop Auckland Way: Broompark to Bishop Auckland
- Deerness Valley Way: Broompark to Crook
- Derwent Walk: Blackhill, Consett to Rowlands Gill
- Hart - Haswell Way: Monk Hesledon to Wingate
- Hawthorn - Ryhope Way: Seaton to South Hetton
- Hurworth Burn Railway Path (joins the Castle Eden walkway): Hurworth Burn, near Trimdon to Wingate
- Kelloe Way: Southeast of Kelloe
- Lanchester Valley Way: Consett to Broompark
- Pittington Way: East of Belmont
- Raisby Way: Southeast of Trimdon Grange
- Sherburn Way: South of Sherburn
- Tees Way: Middleton-in-Teesdale to Cotherstone
- Waskerley Way: Consett to Stanhope
- West Auckland - Ramshaw: St Helen Auckland to Ramshaw
Want to report a problem with our railway paths?
Railway paths visitor charter
Please take care when other users are around and follow the.