This section covers Durham, Northumberland, Tees Valley, Tyne and Wear and Yorkshire
These are general websites which have details of some accessible places or walks that may or may not be listed on the individual County pages.
Accessible Nature UK - "Accessiblenatureuk is intended to be a useful - factual resource aimed at helping people who are dependant on a mobility / power chair, electric propelling unit such as a Batec, Triride, Klaxon or similar, freewheel and self propelled wheelchair to access the natural world and nature. Written by Peter Lau ( himself a T6 paraplegic and full time wheelchair user since April 2014)"
Railway Paths in County Durham - "The railway paths - former railway lines - are attractive countryside routes that can be used by walkers and runners, wheelchair users, horse-riders and cyclists."
Walks for all in the North York Moors - "The walks we describe as 'easy access' are short, fairly level routes, suitable for wheelchairs, scooters capable of travelling over rough ground, trampers and robust pushchairs." - from the North York Moors National Park Authority website
Yorkshire Dales Access for All - "Choose from our Miles without Stiles downloadable routes perfect for wheelchairs, pushchairs and a post-pub-lunch amble. You can also buy route cards at National Park Visitor Centres. To see where the routes can be found in the National Park have a look at the interactive map." - from the Yorkshire Dales National Park website
For North East England accessible tourist attractions information see tourist.me.uk/north-east-england