It’s ages since I ran along Hadrian’s Wall. My previous blog, supervet-sarah (so called for when I turned 50 and was categorised as a ‘supervet’ in races: soon I shall be ‘vintage’) describes several runs along Hadrian’s Wall, many for miles: from Carlisle back to Brampton for example. I have since then run from Walltown Crags home (something I must do again before too long) but generally over the past few years my local runs have been relatively short.
So when I was offered a socially-distanced lift along the wall to wherever I wanted, I accepted the offer and decided I’d run from Poltross Burn back home. This takes in some of my favourite bits of the wall, and during the 8 miles or so I stopped plenty of times for photos. Rather than write a lot, I’m going to upload the photos here and hope that you can enjoy a virtual tour of the wall as much as I enjoyed running it.