Bewick Moor in the heart of north Northumberland is wild and remote heather moorland and it’s a wonderful place to explore. It has many hidden secrets and a history of human occupation stretching back into the Bronze Age (2500 to 800BC). Here you will find the curious prehistoric cup and ring marked rocks, two ancient hillforts, a secret cave and a remarkably well preserved Bronze Age burial cairn. There is a modern ruin too, the romantic and remote Blawearie, straight out of Wuthering Heights. All surrounded by heather, which blooms purple in July and August, perfect Northumberland really.