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Trekking Hadrian's Wall Path

Trekking 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 England's official 'National Trails'. It leads you on an unforgettable journey of discovery along the route of Hadrian's Wall. Discover the incredible surviving sections of the Wall and its forts, milecastles and turrets.

This book is a two-way trekking guide describing both westbound and eastbound routes in full. It includes OS Explorer 1:25,000 scale mapping of the entire route. There are 14 different itineraries with schedules of 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9 days to suit hikers of differing abilities and runners. To provide flexibility the book describes the route in 28 stages which can be combined to provide daily journeys to suit your needs. Each stage covers the distance between one accommodation option and the next. Each stage has it own walk description, route map, elevation profile and beautiful colour photographs.

Other features of the book include:
Great 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 you need to know - route, costs, difficulty, weather, travel and more.
Full accommodation listings - the best B&Bs and hotels.
Numbered waypoints linking the OS maps to clear descriptions.

ISBN 9781912933075 Pages 153 (2021) 120mm x 210mm

Price: 14.95