8th-15th June 2021 Walking Hadrians Wall with Charlie Hobson (Multiple Days) £125
A Leisurely Walk Along Hadrian's Wall with Charlie Hobson - 8 - 15 June 2021
You are welcome to join us for a day or for as many as you like. The cost is:
Two or more days £125
Join Charlie (Company Secretary and Welfare Officer) and Tony Atkinson (R2R Coach) as they walk along the iconic and ancient Hadrian's Wall. They will take 8 leisurely days over the trip, stopping to enjoy the scenery and exploring the museum and forts along the way. Charlie is a keen amateur Roman historian and will provide some context to that world and what happened along the wall.
The trip will be (every day will start at 10:00 and finish at 16:00):
June 8 - Bowness-on-Solway to Beaumont - 10 Miles
June 9 - Beaumont to Low Crosby - 9 miles
June 10 - Low Crosby to Walton - 7 miles
June 11 - Walton to Gilsland - 8 miles to include the Banks and Piper Sike Turrets and the Birdoswald Fort
June 12 - Gilsland to Steel Rig - 8 miles to include the Roman Army Museum and Great Chesters
June 13 - Steeel Rig to Chollerford - 12 Miles to include Vindolanda and Housesteads Roman Forts
June 14 - Chollerford to Vallum Farm - 8 miles to include Chesters Roman Fort
June 15 - Vallum Farm to Heddon-on-the-Wall - 8 miles to include the wonderful views.
The guide book I'm using is the Rucksack Readers Hadrian's Wall Path for reference if you are interested.
Tony and I will be rough camping and maybe with a dog or two. You are welcome to join us. However the truly wonderful Sharon Armstrong will be driving a minibus and can take you back to your cars or transport wherever it is or take you to comfortable accommodation on the route if you want to do more than one day. She will also pick you up to take you to the start as well as the finish of each day.
As always with Team Fortitude and Rock2Recovery we hope you will turn this into your own personal fundraiser for us. Laura@rock2recovery.co.uk can set you up with a page on the TF website if you so wish.
I look forward to seeing as many of you who want to come for a quiet, reflective and interesting interlude in our busy lives. Much laughter, tall stories and great views. What is there not to like?