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Hadrian’s Wall Walk

There are few walking holidays which can match the Hadrian’s Wall walk which stretches from Wallsend in the East to Bowness-on-Solway in the West taking in 84 miles of unbroken and uninterrupted walking. While Haltwhistle is the more prominent of the tourist destinations almost within touching distance of the Roman Wall there are many more places along the Hadrians Wall Walk worth taking in.

Beginning at Wallsend, the Hadrian’s Wall Walk takes in Newcastle upon Tyne, Heddon-on-the-Wall, Humshaugh, Greenhead, Gilsland, Walton, Carlisle, Burgh by Sands and finally ending at Bowness-on-Solway. The Hadrian’s Wall Walk also skirts past towns such as Corbridge , Hexham, Haydon Bridge, Brampton and an array of other potential stopping points along the way. Stretching from Tyne and Wear through to Northumberland and then passing through Cumbria there is no doubt you will be taking in some of the most beautiful countryside in the UK.

There are many tourist attractions, accommodation, entertainment venues and food and drink establishments the length and breadth of the Hadrian’s Wall Walk which offer a welcome mat for tourists and visitors to the region. To see such a historic monument in such good shape and attracting massive numbers of tourists, both from the UK and overseas, is a testament to the time and effort put into maintaining Hadrian’s Wall by the various tourist related authorities in the region.

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