A Taste of Two Trails
With this selection of walking holidays, we have put together a number of contrasting trails so you experience a contrasting holiday from start to finish. From the rolling Cheviot Hills (of St Cuthbert’s Way) to the flat and wonderfully contrasting Northumberland Coast Path brings together two very different landscapes to pass through on the same holiday and what a walking holiday it makes.
As we have walked these paths many times it has enabled us to bring these very different tastes together for you to walk as one.
Similarly, with the National Trail that is the Hadrian’s Wall Trail, one of the most popular trails in the region you walk the famous middle section passing the iconic locations of Birdoswald Roman Fort, Sycamore Gap, Housesteads and Chesters Roman Forts before you reach and join St Oswald’s Way at Heavenfield.
After both routes share the same path for a few miles you turn North passing through farmland before rising and passing over the Heather clad upland of the famous Simonside Hills.
Nothing contrasts more than this and the route along the Hadrian’s Wall Trail that you passed just a few days before. Such varying trails complement each other and makes for several stunning walking holidays that you will never forget.
As with all our self-guided trips we deliver in the region will meet you at the start and go through your holiday with you, give you your trip notes, provide you with any transfers, book you accommodation, move your bags and we are not far away if you ever need us.
Please do join us on one of these self-guided trips
7 days/ 6 nights
7 days/ 6 nights