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Discover open sections of the England Coast Path in the North East, from the Scottish border down to the Wash.
Discover open sections of the England Coast Path in the North West between the Welsh and Scottish borders.
Discover open sections of the England Coast Path in the East between the Wash and the Thames Estuary.
Discover open sections of the England Coast Path in the South East, from the Thames Estuary through to the Southampton.
Discover open sections of the England Coast Path in the South West, along the south coast from Southampton and up to the Welsh border.
If you're not looking for a long distance walk but would like to enjoy the delights of the Trails then we have a superb selection of shorter circular and linear walks.
An easy 2.5 mile circular walk visiting Chesters Roman Fort and Humshaugh village and church.
A 6 mile circular walk from the town of Corbridge taking 4-5 hours. Highlights include the ancient town of Corbridge and medieval Aydon Castle.
An 7.5 mile circular walk from The Sill - the UK’s National Landscape Discovery Centre. Here you'll find exhibitions, a local food cafe, and a local crafts and produce shop.
Highlights of the walk include Hadrian’s Wall, Housesteads Roman Fort, Roman Military Way, Stanegate Roman Road, Roman Vindolanda and The Sill: National Landscape Discovery Centre.
Takes approximately 4 to 4.5 hours plus browsing time. The walk is strenuous with several steep slopes. Take care along roads and at road crossings.