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Wainright’s Coast to Coast and other walks
As well as the whole Coast to Coast route, we offer the first and the second half as self-guided walking holidays
We can provide as much or as little input as required - we do a bit of everything!!
Guided and self-guided Coast 2 Coast organisation. We have over 10 years experience planning for ever need.
Let us do all the hard work - just choose where you want to stay. We'll make all the reservations, pick up your bags every morning and drop them at your destination.
Fully revived and ready for the next Coast to Coast day!!
Prue and Steve - Worcester
The Coast to Coast walk was created by Alfred Wainwright, the famous fell walker and guidebook writer, in 1973. Since then the Coast to Coast Path has become one of England’s classic long distance walks. It covers 190 miles, from the sea cliffs of St Bees on the Irish Sea, to the fishing village of Robin Hood’s Bay on the North Sea. The quality and variety of this walk is recognised internationally, with walkers travelling from around the globe to complete the walk.
As the route traverses the country, the two week journey passes through three National Parks and across a real cross-section of England’s best landscapes. It begins in the Lake District, taking in deep sided valleys, lake shores and remote mountain passes.
Next is the limestone country of the Yorkshire Dales, famous for its intricate field patterns and dry stone walls. The old market town of Richmond marks the end of the Dales, before the path crosses the Vale of York and rises over the rolling moorland hills of the North York Moors.