Corbridge to Chollerford Walk

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17.1 km
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390 m
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Corbridge to Chollerford Walk

The Corbridge to Chollerford Walk is a great outdoor adventure that will take you across Northumberland to view its beautiful farmlands and historical sites. While out walking the trail, you will traverse the open countryside between Corbridge and Chollerford, visiting the various ancient Roman sites - such as the Corbridge Roman Town and Hadrian’s Wall - along the way. Walkers should keep in mind that this is a one-way trail, meaning you will need to either make travel arrangements or double back for an extra 17.1 km on the return to the trailhead.

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Route Description for Corbridge to Chollerford Walk

For those adventurers looking for a lengthy one-way trail in Northumberland that will both expose you to the beauty of the region while simultaneously revealing the rich historical past of Northern England, the Corbridge to Chollerford Walk will be the perfect excursion.

Setting out from Corbridge, you will make your way to the northwest to leave the village behind, where you will quickly pass by the site of an ancient Roman town and garrison set in the countryside. From here, the route will take you north across A69, climbing uphill across the open farmland until you arrive at the Hadrian’s Wall path that runs parallel to Military Road.

Heading west here, you will follow along the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Hadrian’s Wall that was constructed in the 2nd Century CE to defend the Roman province of Britannia from the Pictish people to the north. As you make your way along this trail, you will be able to stop at the impressive outposts along the wall, before eventually crossing over the River North Tyne to arrive at the endpoint of the walk in Chollerford.

Getting to the Corbridge to Chollerford Walk Trailhead

The trailhead for the Corbridge to Chollerford Walk can be found opposite the Corbridge Post Office on Princes Street.

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  • Pets allowed

    Yes - On Leash

  • Family friendly

    Older Children only

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  • Route Type

    One Way

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