Delivered by NNPA
The event will start with a presentation in The Sill on the rocks and geological history of the area and how they have influenced the landscape.
We will then take our walk and see at first hand the rocks themselves and understand how they and geological processes have shaped the terrain. The walk, which involves some quite steep (though short) stepped ascents and descents, will provide opportunity to understand how different environments and changing climates in the past have moulded our region.
You will also be able to see majestic views of the local countryside and The Wall.
Everything you need to know
Duration: 5 hours
Distance: 5 miles
Category: Moderate 4
Find more information to ensure this walk is right for you on our Walking Checklist page here.
Please note – dogs are not permitted on this guided walk.
Starting point (please meet here approximately 10 minutes before the walk start time): The Sill: National Landscape Discovery Centre
On the B6318 (Military Road). An hour’s car journey west from the centre of Newcastle and 45 mins east from Carlisle (Hadrian’s Wall Bus stops here).
OS Grid Ref: NY 752 668
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