Bowness on Solway is a small village on
the Solway Firth in northwest England, 15
miles west of Carlisle.
The village is popular with people walking
the Hadrian's Wall Path, that begins or ends
here. The path runs between Bowness on Solway
and Wallsend at Newcastle, about 84 miles in
The path is normaly split into 5 sections,
between 14 and 24 miles per day. Bowness on
Solway to Carlisle is the first, or last
There is a Campsite in the vallage also
with Wigwams, popular with walkers.
The image left is of the start of the
Hadrian's Wall Path in the village. The image
centre is of the village with the Kings Arms
pub and restaurant. The image right is of St
Michael’s Church in the village.
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