Delivered by Hexham Ramblers
Come and see some of the gentler landscapes surrounding Hadrian’s Wall on this walk from Wall village, a short distance north of Hexham. The route also gives you the chance to visit the historic site of Heavenfield, which is believed to be where King Oswald (AD 605-642) raised a large wooden cross before the Battle of Heavenfield in AD 635. On leaving this site and its 19th-century church, today’s route goes along Hadrian’s Wall before turning south over Hangman Hill and returning to Wall village via Codlaw and Fallowfield.
Good walking boots and outdoor clothing are essential. Bring something to eat and drink. Starts at 10.15am from Wall village. Park in the large lay-by just north of the village on the A6079 or in the village itself.
Advance booking is required.
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