Walking at Hadrian's Wall

Take yourself out for an adventure and explore this World Heritage Site by downloading a walking trail. Some of them are circular walks around Hadrian's Wall, others venture further afield. Voted number 18 on ITV's Britain's Favourite Walks 2018, if you'd like to have a go at the two walks that were mentioned, try the Sycamore Gap walk and Housesteads to Steel Rigg circular walk.

People walking at Hadrian's Wall, Northumberland.

Sycamore Gap walk

A circular walk starting from the visitor centre to the Roman Fort and then along the World Heritage Roman wall footpath to the iconic Sycamore Gap.

A view over Housesteads Fort at Hadrians Wall

Housesteads to Steel Rigg circular walk

Explore Hadrian's Wall Country on this 8-mile circular walk starting at Housesteads Fort and see one of the richest parts of the country for Roman archaeology.

A curlew, which are found on Marsden Moor, West Yorkshire

Hadrian’s Wall wetlands walk

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.

A group walking along Hadrian's Wall

Cawfields to Bellister loop

Explore Hadrian's Wall country on a figure of eight route that follows the World Heritage Roman Wall path before dropping down to Halfwhistle with wonderful views of the Tyne valley.

Cattle grazing at Hadrian's Wall, Northumberland

Cawfields to Haltwhistle loop

A moderate circular route that follows the World Heritage Roman Wall path before returning back to Cawfields via Haltwhistle burn with its wonderful flora and interesting mineworkings.

An image looking over Crag Lough on Hadrian's Wall

Cawfields walk

Follow a moderate circular route north of the Roman Wall with stunning views of Cawfields Crags before finishing on the World Heritage Roman Wall path.