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Pennine Way High Point, Hadrian’s Wall to Dufton (2 days)

This route follows the Pennine Way long distance footpath from Hadrian’s Wall to the small village of Dufton. On the way we travel along river banks and cross over the highest point of the Pennines, Cross Fell, standing at nearly 3000 ft high. Eden Outdoor Adventures will organise the logistics of this one way trip so you can enjoy a fantastic section of this major long distance footpath! On the way we pass by Whitley Castle, the only Roman Fort on the Maiden Way, near the high market town of Alston and then cross the Pennines on ancient bridleways making our way to the high point of Cross Fell, before gradually descending to the pretty village of Dufton with its mining heritage and lovely local walks.

Grade:

A route with a moderate amount of up and down requiring a moderate level of fitness and some previous summer hill walking experience.

Cost for the 2 days:

 

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Optional Extras:

Take an extra day and spend it with a guide experiencing Hadrian‚Äôs Wall.  This could include a half day walk on the Wall and a visit to a Roman fort.

A stop off at Whitley Castle - the only Roman fort on the Maiden Way near Alston

We are able to arrange pick up for participants from Carlisle or Haltwhistle railway station before the trip and drop off at Penrith or Langwathby railway stations after the trip

Extra day experiencing Hadrian’s Wall, including admission to Fort

 

What is Included:

A qualified mountain leader to guide you during the trip

Luggage transfers

Bed & Breakfast accommodation based on 2 people sharing

Lunches

Evening meal allowance of £25 per person

 

What is Excluded:

Transport to and from the start of the trip at Greenhead unless booked as an optional extra

Waterproofs, rucksacks and walking poles - these can be hired for a small fee

Walking boots suitable for summer walking

Personal clothing - a kit list will be sent to you on booking

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