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Heart of Hadrian's Wall

...a day is never long enough

The landscape around our central section of Hadrian's Wall is magnificent, and inspirational. The members of our Tourism Association and others who are involved with this area all have their favorite aspect of "The Heart of Hadrian's Wall Country", it motivates us, pleases us and enthralls us. We hope that you enjoy reading and that you maybe able to share our passions.

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Aesica Roman Fort
April 18, 2018  
Aesica was the 9th fort on Hadrian’s Wall and is the nearest (clearly visible) site to us here at Broomshaw. When visitors arrive, we often direct them on a shortish walking circuit which will allow them to get their bearings, see ‘ proper remains’ and arrive at The Milecastle...
Haltwhistle Burn Gorge
April 16, 2018  
Although it provides a direct walking route from Haltwhistle to Hadrian’s Wall at Cawfields, the Haltwhistle Burn Gorge is well kept secret that even some locals are unaware of. From its peaty beginnings in the hinterland behind Hadrian’s Wall, the Haltwhistle Burn makes its way through...
South Tyne River
April 09, 2018  
If you look through the hole in the sculpture you see the cairn marking the spring that is the source of the South Tyne River in the hills of Alston Moor. The river flows through the towns of Alston, Haltwhistle and Haydon Bridge before it meets the North Tyne...
Muckle Brewing
April 02, 2018  
The Heart of Hadrian’s Wall for Muckle Brewing’s Nicola and Tom Smith is Whindshields Crag. ” It marks the highest point of Hadrian’s Wall from where dramatic views open across Kielder Forest and the Cheviot Hills in the North; over purple heather moorlands leading to Cold...
Walltown Crags
March 26, 2018  
Judy & Alan Clark choose their favourite walk, just a few minutes from Holmhead Guest House……….. The views from Walltown Crags are as good as you'll get anywhere in Hadrian's Wall country – or if you're as biased as I am, anywhere in the UK. The...
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