Hadrians Wall is the world's finest surviving Roman frontier running 64 miles from Wallsend, near Newcastle, to Bowness-on-Solway; near Carlisle. With the opening of the Hadrian's Wall Path National Trail in 2003, it is now possible to walk the entire length of the Wall on a designated Footpath. The Trail passes many fascinating Roman sites and the guide is packed with information and historic detail that bring the whole frontier to life.
- The entire route is described in both westbound and eastbound directions,
- It is clearly illustrated with the author's maps.
- The guide includes practical advice to help you
plan your route, plus a useful pictorial guide to
the route of the Hadrian's Wall bus service.