Cycle the length of Hadrian’s Wall in three days. The route passes through some of Northern England’s most beautiful scenery and you will be able to explore some of the finest and best preserved sections of the wall. The terrain varies between the peaceful Solway Firth, the cities of Carlisle and Newcastle, and the wild mountain scenery of the central section of the wall. The cycling is primarily along the Hadrian’s Wall cycle route, which follows quiet, low-traffic country roads as you cross from one side of the country to the other. This is a great way to enjoy the impressive highlights of Hadrian’s Wall over a long weekend. We recommend riding Hadrian’s Wall West to East (left to right). The reason for this is that the prevailing winds in the UK are from the West, meaning you will, in all likelihood, have the wind on your backs during the ride.