Hadrian’s Wall, UK

Hadrian’s Wall, UK


Hadrian’s Wall was built by the Romans to keep out invading Scots. Today remains of this legacy stretch 135km across the north of England from Bowness-on-Solway to Wallsend near Newcastle upon Tyne. It is the only national trail to offer a coast-to-coast route of England and it takes in a fascinating array of cities, towns and villages.

Visit Hadrian’s Wall Path

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This walk can be done as a long distance trek taking around a week, or in shorter, circular routes. The path takes walkers through major cities such as Newcastle and the rugged wilderness Northumbria. There are small villages, pubs where a warm welcome is the norm, and the path varies from easy sections to some challenging climbs. There is a sense of camaraderie between walkers, and if you are following an extended section of the walk you will frequently meet fellow walkers at several points along the route.

Hadrian’s Wall Path England

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Date posted: 18th September, 2017

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