Cock Stoor Viewpoint

Belling Inlet
Falstone
Kielder
Northumberland
NE48 1BT

+44 01434 220616

A patch of Scots Pine trees sit on the corner of the Belling inlet and Kielder Water on the north shore. This area is known as Cock Stoor and within the pines is 55/02, an angular steel shelter which is part of the art and architecture programme and is named after the latitude and longitude of the area. Arrange the seating to take in views of the Belling inlet or across the main body of water towards the Belling peninsula, dam and Tower Knowe.

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Cock Stoor Viewpoint

Belling Inlet
Falstone
Kielder
Northumberland
NE48 1BT

+44 01434 220616

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Cock Stoor Viewpoint

Northumberland Countryside

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A patch of Scots Pine trees sit on the corner of the Belling inlet and Kielder Water on the north shore. This area is known as Cock Stoor and within the pines is 55/02, an angular steel shelter which is part of the art and architecture programme and is named after the latitude and longitude of the area. Arrange the seating to take in views of the Belling inlet or across the main body of water towards the Belling peninsula, dam and Tower Knowe.

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Type Entry for Guide price
Free 1
£0.00
per ticket

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