6 Day Camp & Bunk - Bowness > Wallsend

84 Miles
If you're looking at Walking the Wall and like the idea of being that little bit more adventurous our Bowness-On-Solway To Wallsend expedition runs between May and August.
£199 - £250*
*Per Person
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6 Day Camp & Bunk - Bowness > Wallsend - Details

Bowness-on-Solway > Wallsend
In 2022 there will be three Expedition Treks, with the maximum number of walkers on each expedition being 12 - tents being able to accommodate one or two persons. Trekkers don't have to walk as a group, but are free to walk at a time of their own choosing, in whatever company they prefer, self-guided with their map, to the destination prepared for their arrival. Each person on a Trek brings two bags with them - a small daysac for walking with and a main bag that we transfer between camps and the end of the Trail.

Twin Occupancy Tent - £199 per person

Solo Tent - £250*

2022 - Expedition Dates -
Mon. 11th July > Sat.16th July - FULLY BOOKED
Sat. 6th August > Thurs.11th August - FULLY BOOKED

Bookings are on a 'first come first served' basis and are made with a £25 per person deposit. The person making the booking, is sent a Map, 'Kit List' and 'Advice on Time & Distance'.


Start - Bowness-on-Solway
From where the Trail starts, the Trek begins (having dropped your main bags off with us at midday, next to Carlisle Railway Station, or at the first night's campsite) with an afternoon ten-mile 'stretch of the legs' along the Solway Firth to the first night's camp on the outskirts of a village to the west of Carlisle.

Finish - Wallsend
Five full-day walks, covering a further seventy-four miles, with three more campsand a night in a B&B, the last day's walk finishes was the end of the Trail, next to where your main baggage can be collected.

Day 1 - First Day's Walk - First Night Camp
An afternoon (4-5 hour) walk along the Solway Firth, to the first night's camp. There is a country pub that serves meals right next to the campsite.

Day 2 - Second Day's Walk - Second Night Camp
A full day's walk (6-7 hours) by the banks of the River Eden, via Carlisle (where you can take a break for breakfast or a coffee) then on into the Cumbrian countryside, to a camp set up by a working farm, with a farmhouse that can provide an evening meal (and / or breakfast in the morning), as well as having a drinks license.

Day 3 - Third Day's Walk - Third Night Camp
A full day’s walk (6-7 hours) is up on to the Northumbrian Whin Sill, passing Walltown Crags, to a campsite near the Wall's midway point. There is a country pub that serves meals nearby.

Day 4 - Fourth Day's Walk - Fourth Night Camp
A full-day's walk (6-7 hours) continuing along the Whin Sill, past the Wall's highest point and into the North Tyne valley. The camp is set up by the banks of the River North Tyne, with a café that can offer breakfast and the nearby village has a pub that serves evening meals.

Day 5 - Fifth Day's Walk
A full day (5-6 hours) follows the line of the Wall to a B&B accommodation in Heddon-on-the-Wall (a village with two pubs - both serving meals).

Day 6 - Last Day's Walk
A full day's walk (5-6 hours) ends in the afternoon, when trekkers are reunited with their baggage at a pick-up point in Wallsend.

Hadrian's Wall Path Map
The latest edition and most-detailed map of the complete Trail.

Hadrian's Wall Path 'Kit List'
An essential guide on what to bring - and what you don't need to

Hadrian's Wall Path 'Advice on Time & Distance'
A unique guide on how to prepare for your walk

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