Duddo Standing Stones

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 The standing stones at Duddo are North Northumberland's equivalent of Stonehenge and are carbon dated at 4,200 years old.

The stones are shrouded in mystery and exude a very special atmosphere. They are located two miles north of Etal, near to Duddo.

Directions:  Turn left at Duddo and follow the road until you see a sign beside a field gate on the right-hand side of the road. Park on the grass verge beyond the field gate; do not park so that there are vehicles on both sides of the road, cars to be on the verge not the tarmac and please do not obstruct the gate; large farm vehicles need access along the road and through the gate; access on foot only via a 1km permissive path.

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