A fantastic way to
spend quality time with the family and friends in the beauitful Northumberland National Park
Why not enjoy a walk along the most iconic sections
of Hadrians's wall and then head off North to pick up the Pennine Way path,
where you can stop off at a remote mountain bothy in the middle of the woods for
lunch. Or you can take an overnight stay here where you are back to basics -
building your fire and preparing tea right in the middle of the woods. You can
watch the night skies over a camp fire and toast marshmallows - the kids will
love it. Following a good nights sleep you will then head off to walk along Greenlee Lough which takes you through a mosaic of
habitats, which all look very different depending on the time of year. The
birdlife and insects these habitats support also changes with the seasons.
Taking time to stop off at the bird hide to watch the wildlife on the
lough. Then heading on to pick up the Hadrian's wall path heading towards the
highest point along the wall to see the breathtaking views of the vast
countryside. Then back to base for a light lunch.
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meet some amazing people whilst walking Hadrian's Wall. Dennis and Jane
Blanchard are amazing people who have plenty of stories to
Dennis Blanchard's promise to his brother haunted him for over forty years. Finally, when there were no more excuses, he set out on the Appalachian Trail to fulfill that promise. The book, THREE HUNDRED ZEROES, is the story of that promise
Fidelius Insurance Brokers supporting North Devon Chemotherapy Unit Appeal
starting out on their 63.5 mile trek of Hadrian Wall.
Hoping to reach a target
of £12,000 as part of an overall target of £2.2m. Thrilled to hear this week
in the press that work will commence in Sept this year as £1.4m has been
achieved. Russell Langham & Sarah Page were delighted with the weather -
no rain!! Although very cold each day.
The views were amazing!
particularly enjoyed Vallum B&B overnight stay as managed to catch up with
Sarah and Russell would like to say a special thanks to the other walkers we met on the route as a result of being
blessed by Easter BunnyChocolates they were keen to donate!
Why not join the next free guided walk with the National Parks voluntary rangers
Wednesday 10th April 2013
Walk along Hadrian's Wall
Meet at 10.30am Once Brewed National Park Centre
8 miles - approx 5 hours
Walks around Hadrian's Wall are themed around the fantastic landscapes and geology of the Whin Sill on which the wall is built. Hear about the Border Reivers, recycling Roman masonry and of course the Roans themselves.