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Cornriggs Cornriggs is a hamlet in County Durham, England. It is situated on the north side of Weardale, between Lanehead and Cowshill.
Cornriggs Meadows Cornriggs Meadows is a Site of Special Scientific Interest in Upper Weardale in north-west County Durham, England. It consists of a group of fields, located in the Wear valley, 1 km north-west of the village of Cowshill. Most of the fields are maintained as hay meadows by traditional farming methods.
Cornriggs Meadows Among a varied grassland flora, one field contains a large colony of a rare lady's mantle, "Alchemilla acutiloba ", which is endemic to Weardale and Teesdale.
List of villages in the Durham Dales Close House, Copley, Copthill, Cornriggs, Cowshill, Cornsay, Cornsay Colliery, Cotherstone, Craigside, Crawleyside
Copthill Copthill is a village in County Durham, in England. It is situated on the north side of Weardale, between Cowshill and Cornriggs.
Stanhope, County Durham The civil parish of Stanhope has a population of 4,519 in 2001, and also includes Rookhope, Westgate, St John's Chapel, Ireshopeburn, Wearhead, Cowshill, Cornriggs, Eastgate, Frosterley all on the A689 road, along with Crawleyside, Hill End and White Kirkley. The parish council area is the largest in England with 221 km². It shares some land in common with the neighbouring Wolsingham civil parish.
List of places in County Durham Carlbury, Carlton, Carrville, Cassop, Castle Eden, Castleside, Catchgate, Causey, Chester Moor, Chester-le-Street, Chilton, Chilton Lane, Cleatlam, Close House, Clough Dene, Coal Bank, Cockerton, Cockfield, Cold Hesledon, Collierley, Consett, Copley, Copthill, Cornforth, Cornriggs, Cornsay, Cornsay Colliery, Cotherstone, Coundon, Coundon Grange, Coundongate, Cowpen Bewley, Cowshill, Coxhoe, Craghead, Craigside, Crawleyside, Crimdon Park, Crook, Crookgate Bank, Crookhall, Croxdale, Cleadon
Killhope Cross Killhope Cross (el. 627 m.) is a mountain pass in the English Pennines. The pass divides Weardale to the east and Cumbria to the west. The road over the pass, the (A689) from Hartlepool to Carlisle, Cumbria, connects the towns of Cornriggs and Alston, Cumbria. It is the equal highest paved pass in England with the Harthope Moss approximately 10 miles to the south, on the other side of Burnhope Seat (747 m).