It's not by accident that mentions in the national press (including the Guardian, the Independent, the Observer and the Sunday Times) have all enthused about Gary's informative, as well as entertaining approach to guiding and now you have the opportunity to find out why...
“Crouching in a field in Northumberland, our guide, Gary Reed, is demonstrating Roman warfare tactics with two sticks and a dried cowpat...”, Jane Dunford, Travel Writer, The Observer.
As the Trail is relatively easy to follow, the natural inclination is to walk it self-guided - you don't really need a Guide to show you the way and nor do you need anyone to tell you how good the landscape is. However if you are looking for a bit more than what is evident to the naked eye, or what a map or guidebook have to offer, then we have an option that may be of interest.
We realise that much of the attraction in coming here, is the opportunity to 'get away from it all', enjoying the fresh air and gazing over wide open spaces free from the crowds. But that doesn't mean that you should miss out on the chance to gain a more in-depth knowledge of the landscape you are passing through. To that end, you can have a 'Guided' element as part of your 'Self-Guided' walking itinerary - in other words, 'A Part Guided'.
In the company of your own personal expert local Guide, the walk is tailored specifically to the interests of each individual group.
5 Nights Part Guided - 'Best of the Wall'
7 Nights Part Guided - 'Six Day Trail Walk'
8 Nights Part Guided - 'Seven Day Explorer'
Walking Considerations -