Man walking ontop of Hadrian's Wall at Steel Rigg, Northumberland, England, UK

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Man walking ontop of Hadrian's Wall at Steel Rigg, Northumberland, England, UK
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Hadrian's Wall was 80 Roman miles (73 statute miles or 120 km) long,[2] its width and height dependent on the construction materials which were available nearby. East of River Irthing the wall was made from squared stone and measured 3 metres (9.7 ft) wide and five to six metres (16–20 ft) high, while west of the river the wall was made from turf and measured 6 metres (20 ft) wide and 3.5 metres (11.5 ft) high. This does not include the wall's ditches, berms and forts. The central section measured eight Roman feet wide (7.8 ft or 2.4 m) on a 10-foot (3.0 m) base. Some parts of this section of the wall survive to a height of 10 feet (3.0 m). This walk covers a section of Hadrian's Wall. Starting from Steel Rigg, Northumbria National Park, the route includes a visit to Housesteads Fort and the dramatic scenery of Hotbank Crags and Crag Lough. The route along the wall has many ups and downs but does provide you with a chance to walk in the footsteps of the Roman Legions.Steel Rigg to Housesteads the land is owned by The National Trust and is farmed under a tenancy agreement.
Location: Hadrian's Wall at Steel Rigg, Northumberland, England, UK