Hadrians Wall Challenge - 4 Days

Hadrians Wall Trek - 4 days.

4 Days Port Carlisle to Wallsend. Glamping your way across England supporting your favourite charity. Stay in our luxurious tents, sleep on a bed and have meals made for you.

Your Itinerary:

Day : 1 – Meet at 8.30am in Bowness-on-Solway – walk to Crosby on Eden: 20 Miles

Your challenge starts in Cumbria, with spectacular views over Bowness-on-Solway and the Solway Firth. The Solway firth is a known for its spectacular bird life and is designated as an area of outstanding natural beauty. {View of Solway Firth}

The trail takes you through historic Carlisle staying as close as possible to the original rout of Hadrian’s Wall. The route takes you on to just beyond Crosby and Eden where a night under canvas in our luxury tent awaits. Your guide will be ready with drinks and dinner.

Day : 2 - Crosby on Eden to Steel Rigg: 22 miles
After a hearty breakfast it’s time to set out on today’s walk, a big day's walking through open countryside. This section of Hadrian’s Wall is made from Grass Sod’s, but it’s nevertheless still impressive.

It is from here you start following the true wall, passing Birdoswald Fort and onto Steel Rig having climbed over famous Windshield’s Crag.

Birdoswald Fort stands above the River Irthing, in one of the most picturesque settings on Hadrian's Wall. From here you see Roman Fort, turret and milecastle. Birdoswald is reputedly has the best-preserved defences of any Wall fort, this was an important base for some 1,000 Roman soldiers. The original earlier fort was made of of turf and timber.

The routes rises and falls and you get to see the impressive nature of the wall as it starts to grow and you pass mile castle after mile castle in what is true Hadrian Wall Country.

Day : 3 - Steel Rigg to Wall Houses: 21 miles
Today its Sycamore Gap and Crag Lough, probable the most famous sections of Hadrian’s Wall Trail and used in TV and Films time and time again. Continuing eastwards you pass Housesteads, the most complete example of a Roman Fort in Britain and busiest tourist attraction on The Wall, standing high on the Whin Sill with breath taking views towards the North and South

Day : 4 – Wall Houses to Segedunum Fort: 21 miles
After your last night under the stars its up and off for the last leg, leaving the countryside behind at Heddon on the Wall its down towards the River Tyne and a journey of contrasts begins. From open countryside to bright vibrant city life, architectural sites of the bridges across the Tyne and the famous Sage and Baltic Art Centre.

Segedunum Roman Fort is the end of the challenge. Adventure Northumberland will be there to welcome you and hand out certificates of completion. Segedunum Roman Fort stood on the banks of the Tyne, the most easterly outpost of Hadrian's Wall and for 300 years was home to 600 Roman Soldiers, now it’s time for a well-earned cuppa.

Costs included the services of a Adventure Northumberland Guide, GPS Maps of the route and tented accommodation whilst on the trek (including site fees). Breakfast and Evening Meals together with daily bag transfers.

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