Trekking the Hadrian's Wall Path

Trekking the Hadrian's Wall Path

By Andrew McCluggage



Hadrian's Wall was one of the Romans' most ambitious structures. When completed, it ran for 73 miles between the west and east coasts of Northern England. It crossed the crags and hills of some of Britain's wildest and most beautiful terrain. The Hadrian's Wall path is one of Englands official 'National Trails'. It leads you on an unforgettable journey of discovery along the route of the Wall. Discover the incredible surviving sections of the Wall and its forts, milecastles and turrets. This definitive two-way guide to the Hadrian's Wall Path contains real OS mapping at 1:25,000 and both eastbound and westbound routes are described in full. There are 14 different itineraries with schedules of 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9 days for walkers and runners and the guide includes both northbound and southbound itineraries. Difficult calculations of time, distance and altitude gain are done for you. Also includes: - Extraordinary detail on the history and construction of Hadrian's Wall - Section on the unmissable forts of Hadrian's Wall - Detailed information on equipment and travelling light - Everything the trekker needs to know: route, costs, difficulty, weather, travel, and more - Full accommodation listings: the best inns, B&Bs and hotels - Information for both self-guided and guided trekkers - Numbered waypoints linking the Real Maps to our clear descriptions

ISBN: 9781912933075


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