Site last updated - 1st. June 2014

LATEST NEWS

RAVENGLASS TO SOUTH SHIELDS
NOW OFFICIALLY OPEN

Tyne Cycle Tunnel CLOSED until JUNE 2015

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bath house
Glannaventa Bath House

Lanacost Priory

Tyne Bridge

Arbeia Gatehouse
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Current known route diversions click the
sign for more details

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website for more information including accommodation listings

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link direct to page
on cycling in
Hadrian's Wall Country



New edition map is now available from the
Sustrans on line shop


Hadrian's Cycleway
Coast to Coast "The Roman Way"
Ravenglass - Cumbria
and
South Shields - Tyne & Wear

This website guide is designed primarily as a resource centre for Hadrian's Cycleway which forms part of the
National Cycle Network - route 72 running
across Northern England between

The route is described in both directions from
Ravenglass (Glannaventa) or South Shields (Arbeia)

The alternative start/finish at Tynemouth is included

Hadrian’s Cycleway
is a 174 mile long distance cycle route developed by Sustrans in partnership with Cumbria
and Northumberland County Councils, Tyneside
local authorities, Hadrian's Wall Tourism Partnership, Solway Coast ANOB and other tourist organisations.

The section between Silloth and Arbeia - South Shields
was officially opened on Wednesday 19th July 2006

The section from Ravenglass to Silloth will be officially opened once work is completed, hopefully by 200?
but most of this section can be ridden now,
as shown on the official Sustrans map.


Take a photographic trip along
Hadrian's Cycleway


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Day rides, 20 short routes all based on
Hadrian's Cycleway
For futher information and links

 

General Information


Link to / from
North Sea
International
Ferry Terminal

Other Cycle routes
that link to
Hadrian's Cycleway
C2C Cycle Route Guide
Coast and Castles
Cycle Gateshead
Three Rivers



Completed
Hadrian's Cycleway Buy the tee-shirt
on-line here


For HCW & other Cycle Route maps

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