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Northern England-Hadrain's Wall
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Jeff Lowe
(Jefflarmain) - F
Northern England-Hadrain's Wall on 01/28/2007 03:37:55 MST Print View

Doing My first multiday trip as a civilian. (I'm in the military and not unacustomed to "rucking"). I also have limited climbing experience on two continents (N america and Europe). I am interested to talk to anyone that has either done the 84 mile hike or a similar hike.

Andy Howell
Northern England-Hadrain's Wall on 01/31/2007 14:17:37 MST Print View


I've not done this route but I understand that it is not too demanding. People say that it is a fantastic walk though. Enjoy yourself. Want to do it myself sometime.

Colin Parkinson
(parkinson1963) - F
Re: Northern England-Hadrain's Wall on 01/31/2007 20:22:54 MST Print View

This is a B&B walk. There is only one stretch where you have to camp. The rest of the trip you can stay at B&Bs each night. A very civilized trip. Good hiking during the day, warm bed at night and a pub near by, Perfect.

Donna Chester
(leadfoot) - M

Locale: Middle Virginia
Re: Northern England-Hadrain's Wall on 02/01/2007 06:48:27 MST Print View

I've done the coast-to-coast hike. If you have a chance, give that a go. Excellent.

Andrew Munro
(munro90) - F
hadrian wall on 02/26/2007 13:52:08 MST Print View

i have grown up living in the north east of england and for much of the time i lived just off the wall in a town called hexham. while i have never hiked the entire wall i spent many days while younger on day hikes along the wall.

you will find the paths well maintained and well used. the path undulates greatly but this just adds to the joy of walking it giving some magnificent views. towns along the wall are fairly common so resupply should be no problem and as mentioned above it is quite possible to b&b much of the way.

Top Tip:-
bring a coat and expect to use it!!!

all the best and good luck

ed hyatt
(edhyatt) - MLife

Locale: The North
Re: Northern England-Hadrian's Wall on 02/26/2007 15:21:22 MST Print View

I have done quite a lot of it; bit by bit.

A nice walk - very easy going. If you cannot find lot's of advice online let me know and I can send various URL's that detail accommodation etc etc....

The first sections are through a city....not my choice; but you might find it interesting...???