Walk alongside Hadrian's Wall
Take in the sights and vibrant colours, breathe the fresh air and get your pulses racing. Walking is a great way to explore the area and keep fit, plus it can make you feel very, very happy!
There's plenty of routes to choose from, whether you're after a long hike, or a simple circular walk you'll find one at Hadrian's Wall Country.
Wetlands Walk at Hadrian's Wall
A circular walk initially heading out north of Hadrian's Wall going through areas of wetland, making it a fantastic home for birds and plant life.
Buried secrets at Housesteads
Make your way around Housesteads Fort. En route you'll visit Roman Quarry and Chapel Hill including some historical sights.
Housesteads to Steel Rigg
Explore Hadrian's Wall Country on this 8 mile walk (3hrs). Venture through Hotbank and learn about archaeology, birds and insects.
Sycamore Gap, or 'the Robin Hood tree', has become almost as famous as Hadrian's Wall itself. With its scene-stealing moment in the 1991 movie 'Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves' it's one to see.
You can make your way there alongside the Wall from Housesteads Visitor Centre, taking in the wonderful views along the way.