Finding Your Own Way - When the Romans were here, losing your sense of direction was really not an issue, thanks to the rather large stone construction stretching from one side of the country to the other. Since they left Britain, chunks of their Wall may have been recycled, however, in those places where the ancient boundary is less evident, the Hadrian's Wall Path National Trail is well signposted and generally easy to follow.
Best of Both - 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, history and heritage of what 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 Walk'.
On & Off the Wall - Our Guided Walks generally focus on the central area of Hadrian's Wall, which can be any part of the 30-mile section between Lanercost and Chollerford. This can also include a slight detour from the Hadrian's Wall Path, in order to visit the likes of Vindolanda (the only ongoing archaeological dig site in the area).