Hadrian's Wall Path: Overview
Why go walking on Hadrian's Wall Path?
- Move into the past with every step you take on this 135km long National Trail that follows the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Hadrian’s Wall, the best preserved Roman frontier in the world.
- Trace 2,000 years of history across the beautiful border country between Scotland and England while exploring Roman turrets, castles & forts.
- Follow the Wall from the modern, busy cityscape of Newcastle Upon Tyne through the barren, blustery heights of Highshields Crags to the green pastoral scenes of the Eden valley.
- Connect with the life of the men who built and guarded this symbol of Roman Britain almost 2,000 years ago.
Hadrian's Wall Path Details
Self-guided walking tours from £329 per person
Choose Gentle, Moderate or Challenging Hadrian's Wall hiking tours
17 different itineraries to suit all abilities
Terrain: Well-maintained paths, rugged in a few places; some gentle climbs between Chollerford and Gilsland; some road walking
Start anytime from Apr-Oct