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Very scenic milecastle, especially viewed from the raised part of Hadrians Wall where the quarry was cut through. The quarry is beautiful too and set amongst native flora, which attract an abundance of wildlife.
This site deserves a five but has got a one because of the grasping nature of uk national parks that refuse to work with English heritage for decent charging regime for camps. It’s irrational that they only take coins and notes and that it’s not...More
The wall is just a few minutes from the car park and the views from here are stunning. Certainly one of the most intact sections of the wall. We didn't do the proper walk just wandered up to have a look, and spent about 40...More
From here to Housesteads is the most intact part of the wall and is a lovely walk especially if it is dry. It is not difficult for regular walkers but I imagine it might be a bit tricky in wet weather given the terrain. It’s...More