The Route

Deadwater begins on the Scotland / England border and ends at Chester castle on the Welsh Border.  It’s a journey of 225 miles and 27,000 feet of elevation.

The last train departed from Deadwater in 1956, after 98 years of service. The old stone platform and station building are still there, though the track has since been reclaimed by nature.  It’s from Deadwater that your six day Journey from Scotland to Wales begins.  The route has been split into six different stages. Each stage has been subtitled with a feature that stands out on that particular stage.

The full map route map is below, or you can see each individual stage from the links below

DOWNLOAD THE STAGES HERE – Updated June 17th

Registration Day – Kiedler Forest Campsite – Arrive at camp or we will pick you up at Hexham train station and take you to camp.

 

Export as KML for Google Earth/Google MapsOpen standalone map in fullscreen modeCreate QR code image for standalone map in fullscreen modeExport as GeoJSONExport as GeoRSS
Deadwater

loading map - please wait...

| km | +m -m (net: m) | download GPX file download GPX file
Camp 1 - Kielder Forest: 55.232960, -2.588106
Hadrian\'s Wall Camp: 54.985680, -2.422753
Camp 3 - Tufton: 54.618593, -2.481287
Camp 4 - Horton in Ribblesdale: 54.145396, -2.293778
Camp 5 - LIttleborough: 53.625029, -2.090465
Camp 6 - Warrington: 53.409791, -2.463849
Finish - Chester: 53.186345, -2.894050
Start - Deadwater: 55.268518, -2.625750

In association and with kind thanks to.

forestry-commission

kiedler

nnp