TOUR SCOTLAND & ENGLAND: Explore historic Edinburg and hike the beautiful countryside of England along Hadrian’s Wall to support the Pennsylvania Land Trust Association!
The Pennsylvania Land Trust Association is teaming up with Treks and Trails to offer an amazing guided trip that begins with a tour of historical Edinburgh, Scotland and than travels along the awe-inspiring Hadrian’s Wall in northern England. Proceeds for this trip will benefit the Pennsylvania Land Trust Association.
Edinburgh is Scotland’s beautiful and historic capital city. From its world-famous castle, perched atop a volcanic rock, to its palace, the Queen’s official residence in Scotland, and from the Georgian House to the National Museum of Scotland and every brick and cobbled alley in between – the city is a historical jewel.
Hadrian’s Wall marks the northern frontier of the Roman Empire and is the largest Roman monument in northern Europe. Extending 73 miles in northern England from Solway Firth to the North Sea, the massive wall with its attendent forts was constructed during the reign of Emperor Hadrian (AD 117-138) to protect the Roman province of Britannia from the barbarous tribes to the north. Today, the Hadrian’s Wall Path follows stunning remnants of the wall from sea to sea, through the pastoral beauty of Cumbria and the breathtaking scenery of the wind-swept Northumberland moors, bookended by the cities of Carlisle and Newcastle.
$3,595 per person
- Round-trip airfare**
- All lodging (double occupancy)*
- 18 meals during the tour
- Round-trip transport from Edinburg to Hadrian’s Wall
- Group taxi and bus fares
- Luggage transfer along Hadrian’s Wall
- Guided services
- Entry fees as listed on website
* Single occupancy $600 additional fee;
** Airfare calculated based on departure from BWI. Airfare can be deducted for those who prefer to fly from another airport.