Hadrian's Wall Path

  • Trail distance is 84 miles / 135 kms
  • There are 6224 feet / 1897 metres to climb
  • Typically it takes 5-8 days to walk the trail
  • Teams allowed, all team members complete the distance
  • Permitted activities:  walking, jogging, aerobic exercise   
  • There are no time restrictions to complete the challenge

The Hadrian's Wall Path National Trail is a coast to coast long distance footpath that follows the World Heritage Site of Hadrian's Wall from the Solway Firth in the west to Wallsend on the banks of the River Tyne in the east. The wall was built to guard the wild north-west frontier of the Roman Empire from the tribes to the north. Today you can explore the wall's rich history and its dramatic landscape at over twenty English Heritage sites along the trail including the remains of forts, towers, turrets and towns. Along the way you can stay at classic country inns, visit pretty market towns and enjoy fine views across the wild Northumbrian landscape.

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