Hadrian's Wall Path Maps

The Hadrian’s Wall Path Maps are a series of 3 Zigzag maps covering the path at an easy to read scale of 1:20 000.

Hadrian's Wall Path is a National Trail that stretches 84 miles across northern England, from Wallsend in the east to Bowness-on-Solway in the west and is shown on this Hadrian’s Wall Walk Map. This long-distance route closely follows the line of Hadrian's Wall, a monumental Roman fortification built in AD 122 under the orders of Emperor Hadrian. The wall was constructed to mark the northern boundary of the Roman Empire in Britain and to control movement and trade across the frontier.

Hadrian's Wall itself is one of the most significant Roman remains in Britain and originally stood about 15 feet high. It was guarded by forts, milecastles, and turrets, housing Roman soldiers and serving as garrison posts to monitor and defend against incursions from the north. Walking the path with this Hadrian's Wall route map offers a journey through history, with numerous well-preserved sections of the wall and archaeological sites to explore. Key highlights include the Roman forts of Segedunum, Chesters, Housesteads, and Birdoswald, each offering fascinating insights into Roman military life and engineering prowess.

Hadrian's Wall Path Maps

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