Walking Hadrian's Wall Path
Hadrian's Wall is the finest surviving frontier work from any part of the classical Roman empire, recognised in 1987 as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Hadrian's Wall Path National Trail follows the line of this ancient monument.
The Emperor Hadrian's stone wall was started in AD122. It runs from coast to coast, between the tidal River Tyne at Newcastle in the east and the Solway Firth, west of Carlisle.
- Easily walked within a week, and suitable as a first long-distance walk.
- With a coastal extension at each end of the trail for full coverage of the World Heritage Site.
- Extensive explanation of the many archaeological sites.
- Appendices for public transport, accommodation and other services.
- Includes 1:25,000 route map booklet.
|Title||Walking Hadrian's Wall Path|
|Release Date||October 2016|
|Map Details||Includes the 56 page 'Walking Hadrian's Wall Map Booklet'|
|Printed Pages||240 Pages|
|Size||17.2cm x 11.6cm x 1.4cm|
Walking Hadrian's Wall Path | Guidebook and Map Booklet
- Company: Cicerone Press
- Product Code: CIC-HWP-01
- Availability: In Stock
- Ex Tax: €16.95