The Reivers Way is a remarkable tour of the border country of Northumberland. Beginning in the ancient Roman town of Corbridge and ending at the picturesque estuary village of Alnmouth, the Reivers Way has just about every type of scenery offered by rural dale, moorland, mountain and coast during its 140 mile length. There are Roman forts, medieval castles, famous lighthouses, pretty villages and quaint fishing harbours. The Reivers Way is not as popular as the Pennine Way or Hadrian's Wall, but it absolutely deserves to be. If you are looking for great walking away from the crowds, passing through constantly changing scenery and enjoying the fascinating culture, history and hospitality of Northumberland, the Reivers Way is for you!