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Hadrian's Wall Path Passport

2nd December 2015

A big thank you to our passport holders (updated January 2020)

For conservation reasons, the Passport season runs from Easter until the end of October.

Thank you to everyone who has supported us by buying the Trail Passport, certificates and badges.  The income is a vital lifeline without which we would have been unable to pay for much of what we have achieved last year. All of England's National Trails are going through periods of uncertainty over future funding from Natural England and we are faced with finding more of our own resources. 

This year, the Passport is more important to us than ever before.  If you are planning on walking Hadrian's Wall Path , then please support us by buying the Passport and after you have achieved your goal of walking all 84 miles, the achievers' badge and certificate. They are available in advance on-line from  If you live in Carlisle then they are available from Carlisle TIC; on Tyneside from Segedunum Roman Fort.

If you decide to book your holiday through one of the walking companies then we would encourage you to support the firms that support us. The following firms, who we would like to personally thank, buy Passports for their customers:  Hillwalk Tours, Macs AdventureSherpa ExpeditionsShepherds' Walks Holidays and Mickledore Travel

For all trade orders by walking operators and retailers, please contact Janine Howorth at the Trail Gift Shop

Achievers' badges and certificates

Walkers who have completed the Trail and collected their full set of stamps are entitled to buy the exclusive achievers' badge and certificate. They are available in Wallsend from 'Segedunum Roman Fort & Museum' and in Bowness-on-Solway from the 'Wallsend Guest House, Wigwam and Tea Room'

For all other sales, Please purchase Certificates and badges from the Trail Gift Shop

Passport stamping station guide

As part of your holiday planning you can download the pictorial guide to the locations of the stamping stations.  Some are inside museum entrances, while some of the stamping boxes are on outside walls, so this guide will help you to spot them on your way.     

Thank you



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