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Hadrian’s Wall Path in Pictures – Thursday, Friday and Saturday

As the first part of the walk went uphill most of the time, the second part went downhill towards the marshes of the Solway estuary. Again, the weather wasn’t always as you would like it to be, but hey, it’s England after all.

I also made some short videos during those six days of walking. So keep an eye on my YouTube channel!

Thursday: broken shoelaces, amazing sights and English gardens

Hadrian's Wall PathHadrian's WallRainy day on the Hadrian's Wall PathHadrian's Wall PathTaking a break on the Hadrian's Wall PathMilecastle 42 on Hadrian's WallThirlwall Castle RuinsView of the northern English countryside on Hadrian's Wall PathA field with cows in northern EnglandCountry roads in northern EnglandA farm and surrounding fields in England, Hadrian's Wall Path

Friday: sheep, cows and flooded fields

Walking on Hadrian's Wall PathFields on Hadrian's Wall PathSheep and fields in northern England, Hadrian's Wall PathRiver Eden near Carlisle on Hadrian's Wall Path

Saturday: old towns, mud and marshes

Old Church and cemetery in BeaumontSolway salt marshes on Hadrian's Wall PathSolway salt marshes on Hadrian's Wall PathSolway Firth on Hadrian's Wall PathChurch in Bowness-on-Solway

I hope you enjoyed looking at these pictures as much as I enjoyed walking the Hadrian’s Wall Path and taking them. It truely was incredible.

Also, a genuine thanks to my dad for coming along with me on this walk. We had a great time!

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