Hadrian's Wall Path
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1QualityTraveller
Southern England212 aportes
ago de 2023 • Familia
Super well signposted path that's in the main relatively straightforward. Completed the first 25 miles with kids and hope to return to complete the rest.
Escrita el 26 de agosto de 2023
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Alain B
Heist-op-den-Berg, Bélgica178 aportes
jun de 2023 • Amigos
Depart from Newcastle, Wall's end to Heddon on the Wall. 25 km of concrete and asphalt. 20 km beside the Tyne. Nice views in between but that's about all. Wall ? Nothing. Heddon on the Wall to Chollerford. 24km. At 22 km the first part of the Wall. From Chollerford to Once Brewed Inn exit. 23.5km. Always next to and around the Wall with fantastic views. Once Brewed to Banks: also 15 miles next to the Wall with scenic views and history and culture. From Banks to Carlisle: 15 miles of nature. No Wall anymore. Disappoints.
Actually one should be able to walk from Chollerford to Banks (+/- 48 km) in three days of +/- 16 km. This is more than enough and you can enjoy it to the fullest.
Escrita el 5 de julio de 2023
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OnAir754879
Damerham, UK10 aportes
jun de 2023 • Amigos
Very tough in places, stunning scenery but well worth the challenge. What a unique piece of history and to actually walk on parts of the unexcaved wall was very memorable. Being a National trail, it is very well sign posted, never got lost once.
Escrita el 3 de julio de 2023
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gaslam
Melbourne, Australia103 aportes
may de 2023 • Amigos
Completed this walk with help of Mickledore Tours. Highly recommend everything taken care of and you can just walk pack free. Delightful B&Bs great yummy lunches and easy directions and maps provided.
Escrita el 3 de junio de 2023
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Sam3314
Derby, UK2,087 aportes
abr de 2023 • Pareja
National trail that follows Hadrian's wall. Best done from West to East as the weather and hills are in your favour and you end up in Newcastle where the transport is easier. Beautiful countryside and frequent appearances of the wall keep you going. Book accommodation in advance and get some good boots
Escrita el 16 de abril de 2023
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con O
1 aporte
jun de 2022 • Solitario
I stayed at Greenacres b&b at Walton and you couldn't ask for a better host. Thank you Sally. I had just walked 28 miles and very tired. Sally made me so welcome and the food was amazing - homegrown new potatoes too and dessert!! Delicious!
Escrita el 4 de octubre de 2022
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exhostieAdelaide
Australia Meridional, Australia180 aportes
jul de 2022
We walked Hadrian's Wall Path in late June/early July and thoroughly enjoyed it.
We started in Wallsend, Newcastle & finished in Bowness - on - Solway, so East to West.
There are differing opinions about which way is best to walk but it's really a personal choice.
We booked through Macs Adventure & they transferred our bag for us each day so we only had to take a backpack with lunch, snacks, water & any other essentials. The accommodations were all good, ranging from bed & breakfasts to local pubs. All were happy to provide a packed lunch for the following day at a small additional cost & breakfasts were all extremely generous.
Escrita el 5 de septiembre de 2022
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John Sydney
3 aportes
ago de 2022 • Pareja
We used Hadrian’s Bags to transfer our luggage. Excellent service. Best inn was The Sally. A must stay.
Escrita el 26 de agosto de 2022
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Sam S
4 aportes
jun de 2022
Walked Bowness to Wallsend June 13 to 24, 2022. Points to consider:
-Walk West to East (This is good advise)
-Bowness to Carlisle is a long walk for your first day. Consider taking two days.
-There is nothing to do in Bowness except visit the church-and pub if it is open.
-The 5 to 6 miles before Once Brewed and the 3 to 4 miles after Once Brewed will be more demanding than you anticipate.
-Take a rest day in Once Brewed. Enjoy Vindoland.
-Once Brewed and Twice Brewed - Depends on which direction you enter.
-The walk from Newburn to Wallsend is not as bad as you would think.
-Have plenty of bandaides (and Trailtowes) and take care of possible blisters ASAP
-Trains run hourly from Newcastle to Carlisle.
-A taxi from Newcastle AP to City Center is 28 pounds.
-A taxi from Carlisle to Bowness is 32 pounds.
-The Royal Station Hotel in Newcastle is next to the Train Station and the Metro.
Escrita el 3 de julio de 2022
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Laura T
Middlesbrough, UK7,000 aportes
jul de 2021
We walked along Hadrian's Wall in July during a heatwave! Luckily we'd planned quite a slow pace as every day took longer than we had expected, mostly due to the extreme heat. The bright sunshine and clear blue skies made for some amazing views and photo opportunities. Be aware though that there is very little shade!

We walked coast to coast across 8 days. Walking from Bowness-on-Solway to South Shields (West to East) so the wind and afternoon sun were behind us. 

Day 1 - Thursday 15th July - travel to Carlisle
Day 2 - Friday 16th - travel to Bowness-on-Solway, then walk back into Carlisle 25kms
Day 3 - Saturday 17th - walk on from Carlisle to Walton 19kms
Day 4 - Sunday 18th - walk Walton to Gilsland 13kms
Day 5 - Monday 19th - walk Gilsland to Steel Rigg 15kms 
Day 6 - Tuesday 20th - walk Steel Rigg to Chollerford 20kms
Day 7 - Wednesday 21st - walk Chollerford to Heddon on the Wall 26kms 
Day 8 - Thursday 22nd - walk Heddon to Newcastle 16kms 
Day 9 - Friday 23rd - walk Newcastle to South Shields 19kms
Day 10 - Saturday 24th - travel home

The Hadrian’s Wall Path is around 135kms. There are ruins of 80 milecastles along Hadrian’s Wall, many turrets and several forts to see along the way; most famous being Birdoswald, Housesteads, Chesters Roman Fort and Segedundum. We really enjoyed Arbeia South Shields Roman Fort, more so than Segedundum, as we finished our coast to coast walk (all of our stops are reviewed separately). 

The most famous stretch of Hadrian's Wall and definitely the most scenic is in the middle, from before Gilsland to Chollerford. This is also the most challenging stretch as the path goes up and down, UP and down. If you persevere though you are rewarded with beautiful views of the wall stretching ahead/behind you across the hills... Definitely worth it! Famous Sycamore Gap is about 90 minutes walk from Steel Rigg, then a short push onto Housesteads. At Housesteads you actually walk on the top of a walk for a short section!

We enjoyed every day of our walk and each day was very different. Obviously as you get closer to Newcastle it is less scenic, but we were impressed at how well Hadrian's Wall Path took quieter routes and avoided the roads, usually taking us through parks and stretches of wood. Then as you walk into Newcastle you are following the river, but that also is quite scenic with all the landmarks of Newcastle's bridges. I was surprised there isn't an 'end of walk sign' at Segedunum, as there is at Bowness (a great start/end of walk little hut, fab for photos!) but as we were pushing onto the coast we didn't much mind - our goal was the sea!

We stayed at several lovely B&B's along the way (all reviewed separately). My absolute favourite though was The Hill On The Wall B&B in Gilsland, highly recommended! Closely followed by Hadrian’s Barn B&B at Heddon On The Wall. All B&Bs offered packed lunches, which we used until we got to Chollerford as there are not many options to pick up food on these days. Between Chollerford and Heddon there is an awesome pub nearly half way, Robin Hood's Inn, and we highly recommend to stop here for lunch and to rehydrate.

At the start of our hike we found getting public transport from Carlisle to Bowness on Solway to be a bit challenging, not suitable times and would takes ages. So instead we opted to take a taxi for a £30 standard charge with Radio Taxis, this enabled us to start our day much earlier than if we had taken the bus.

We bought our National Trail Hadrian’s Wall Passport booklet in advance on the website for £5.99 as didn't want to risk not being able to pick up one at the start of our walk in Carlisle. We then collected all the stamps at the seven stamping stations along the walk to fill in the spaces on our booklet. This makes a great souvenir and we plan to frame ours along with the embroidered badge/patch we bought at Segedundum as a memento of our hiking holiday.

I didn't need my hiking poles as the paths are very good, but wore my hiking boots for middle sections between Carlisle and Heddon. My husband actually wore sandals after that! but I opted for trainers for comfort and support. We always walked much further every day than just the kms along the wall; as generally a bit of a walk to reach the start of the hike and then often a walk to reach our B&B. Then most nights we would have a half hour walk to the pub and then back again! so the miles quickly add up! I was very glad that we had opted to allow a couple of extra days and spread the walking out across 8 days.

We used Hadrian’s Haul and highly recommend that anyone walking the wall does too! It is such an easy service and so reasonably priced too! Basically they transfer your luggage between B&Bs while you're out walking, so you have all your clothes and toiletries waiting for you at the end of the day when you check into your B&B. And it's only £7 per bag per pick up/drop off!

We would highly recommend this walk to anyone! and suggest allowing more days for the walk than you might think you would need, to allow visiting some of the forts/sights along the way. If we had not previously visited Housesteads and Vindolanda we would have tried to take extra days so we could explore more (and conveniently have a couple of rest days in the middle!)
Escrita el 26 de enero de 2022
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