The event will kick off on day 2, head to your accommodation and check in to your hotel room that has been arranged by the team. You will meet as a group at the welcome dinner and have a briefing.
Day 2: Bowness-on-Solway 22k (14 miles)
Starting in Bowness on Solway at the western end of Hadrian's wall, take on the fantastic scenery along this fairly flat route, embrace the sandy shores. Look out for wildlife as you trek along this route. There won't be much of Hadrian's Wall still standing but there will be plenty of fantastic views to soak up. You will finish the hike at Carlisle Castle in the heart of the city.
Day 3: Carlisle - Lanercost 22.4k (14 miles)
You will follow the River Eden to Crosby. Spend the day following where the wall once stood through farmland, country lanes, rustic footpaths and much more. The terrain will be rather even throughout. Take in the picturesque scenery as you hike towards Lanercost.
Day 4: Lanercost - Once Brewed 25k (15.5 miles)
This day will start introducing you to tough climbs and better-preserved sections of Hadrian's wall. You will then reach Gisland following rolling countryside and across the Tipalt Burn River to the Thrilwall and Motte Bailey Castle.
You will then head into the Northumberland National Park, where you can expect some steep climbs throughout. From here you will follow Hadrian's Wall winding down over crags of Whin Sill, with strips of rustic stone dotted around. Following more undulating trails you will reach the highest point of the wall, Winshield's Wall. The day will end at once brewed.
Day 5: Once brewed - Chollerford 20k (12.5 miles)
Taking on more challenging terrain you will continue to follow the wall up and down through the countryside. You will head to the site of Housteads Roman Fort where you can take in the remains of the ancient hospital and barracks.
The rest of the day will be downhill as you trek through the fields when you will meet the Roman road of Stanegate, which you will follow to Tower Tyne and to the Chester Roman Fort and Museum. Finally, with a last push, you will arrive in Chollerford.
Day 6: Chollerford - Heddon-on-the wall 25k (15.5 miles)
From Chollerford you will follow an old military road which was built on top of Hadrian's wall. You will then head into fields where you will be able to see signs of the wall.
Day 7: Heddon-on-the wall - Wallsend - Newcastle 25.12k (15.7 miles)
The final day of trekking will take you along the River Tyne, along cycle lanes footpaths and a rustic wagon-way track with a few stretches of road. At the end of the river trail, you will head into the sprawling suburbs and outskirts of Newcastle. You will head into town until you reach the finishing point at Wallsend.