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Hadrian's Wall is also known as the Roman Wall. It is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the best preserved Roman sites in the world. This trail is broken into six different trail segments which you can view on AllTrails. The segments are as follows: 1. Segedunum Fort to Heddon on The Wall 2. Heddon on The Wall to Chollerford 3. Chollerford to Steel Rigg 4. Steel Rigg to Lanercost 5. Lanercost to Carlisle 6. Carisle to Bowness You will be able to find accommodations at the end of each segment. It is recommended that you book accommodations in advance. For a gentler version of this trail, some people choose to hike it in eleven different segments.

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Wonderful sections of wall on this stretch of the Wall. Some steep bits. Some steps.

Beautiful hike. We walked from Carlisle with the wind behind us.

I would recommend this walk for anyone with a dog and wanting an up hill hike.. it had a bit of everything, mainly open walking but also through wooded areas, great views and the wall etc. It gets busier around the sycamore tree and look out for the twin brewed inn for a nice cold beer/soft drink at the end. I’d definitely recommend this route! Only one bit of advice... bring a hat or head band as even on a nice day the wind can really pick up.

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Thursday, August 03, 2017