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Given the car parking costs of £2 per hour I thought I'd park down the bank at The Sill, National Landscape Discovery, Once Brewed, thinking that'd be free. It wasn't and there's simply no where to park in the area that's free. But the cost...More
While touring England and Scotland last summer, we greatly wanted to visit part of Hadrian's Wall. We drove back and forth along the wall looking for a good place to pull over for a quick visit. We didn't want to pay the inflated prices charged...More
This is my favourite part of Hadrian's Wall and I suspect I'm not alone. You can access the wall easily from the car park, hike easily to either Housesteads or Vindolanda and take in Sycamore Gap - "the Robin Hood Tree" - made famous by...More
So my Canadian brother in law had not yet seen Hadrians Wall....we had planned this several times but the weather had not been in our favour. We got lucky at the end of October 2018 with a clear blue sky stunning day. Be warned, even...More
Steel Rigg is an excellent place to hike portion of the Hadrian Wall. There is a parking lot with plenty of space, although like most of England, it will cost you a few pounds. We walked east towards the Sycamore Gap & Robin Hood tree....More
The car park is £2 per hour so fine for a short walk from there but a little on the high side for a longer walk.
Within a very short stroll there is a section of the wall with some stunning scenery - it is...More
Started out at the car park which I might add is a little on the pricy side at £2 per hour and could do to be like a lot of the others pay as you leave so you are not rushing around or pushing yourself...More