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    :banana Hadrian's Wall hike

    I can't get my wife to join me on the AT (tents, hills, backpacks, etc) but she's receptive to hiking Hadrian's Wall in Great Britain (B&Bs, inns, pubs, luggage forwarded, etc). 2020 may be the year.


    I'm just starting my research and finding the tour companies. Does anybody have any experience with any of them?

    I have researched here (despite the search function) for any threads and only found this one:

    https://www.whiteblaze.net/forum/arc...p/t-51203.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by RangerZ View Post
    I can't get my wife to join me on the AT (tents, hills, backpacks, etc) but she's receptive to hiking Hadrian's Wall in Great Britain (B&Bs, inns, pubs, luggage forwarded, etc). 2020 may be the year.


    I'm just starting my research and finding the tour companies. Does anybody have any experience with any of them?

    I have researched here (despite the search function) for any threads and only found this one:

    https://www.whiteblaze.net/forum/arc...p/t-51203.html

    Thanks,
    RangerZ
    My wife might be related to your wife. She would never go backpacking or camping but is interested in a walking tour. We have thought about this company but haven't pulled the trigger yet.

    https://www.countrywalkers.com/desti...urope/england/
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    My wife and I are visiting the Cotswolds come summer. We picked an outfitter offering nice easy itineraries, bookings arranged and baggage hauled. I'll report and review after. They do trips all over Britain and beyond. See UK websites for information on the many available choices. And bring good rain gear, I'm told.
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    I can't get my wife to join me on the AT (tents, hills, backpacks, etc) but she's receptive to hiking Hadrian's Wall in Great Britain (B&Bs, inns, pubs, luggage forwarded, etc). RangerZ
    Haha my hubby is the same way (minus luggage transfer)!
    We are going to hike the West Highland Way in Scotland together in the fall.

    I would love to walk Hadrian's Wall in the future. Rather than spending extra money by going with a tour company, I think I could cobble together an itineray from this website.
    https://www.nationaltrail.co.uk/hadrians-wall-path
    It may be useful for you!

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    Funny that one of the pictures that come up when you go to the link is of a couple that I met on the AT in 08. But anyway, I've heard from a couple of people that they like this company.

    https://www.macsadventure.com/us/?ms...cs%20Adventure
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