The Coast To Coast Walk

The Coast To Coast Long Distance Walk

The iconic, and world-famous Coast to Coast Path crosses the width of the North of England, spanning from St Bees to Robin Hood’s Bay. The walk was devised by Alfred Wainwright before the rights of way, and footpaths walkers enjoy today were opened up for access. Wainwright walked much of the route through trespass but documented the journey as he went, trailblazing this incredible route. The route goes through 3 National Parks. The Lake District, where you will scale miniature, yet unforgiving mountains. The Yorkshire Dales, with its delightful green pastures, and limestone cliffs, before trotting through the heather uplands of the North York Moors. Finally, at the end, spectacular coastal scenery awaits as you descent into Robin Hood’s Bay.

Distance

190m / 305km

Difficulty

Difficult

Start

St Bees

End

Robin Hoods Bay

Plan & Book

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Inspiration

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