The Coast to Coast Guided Walking Holiday follows the brainchild walk of Alfred Wainwright, a well-known writer and hill-walker. The 190 mile walk from St Bees to Robin Hoods Bay crosses 3 National Parks, undoubtedly some of England’s finest scenery. Starting beside the Irish Sea with wonderful walking through the mountains of the Lake District, then across the Pennines and down Swaledale, the North York Moors and then on to dramatic coastal scenery on the east coast. This Coast to Coast Guided Walking Holiday will be an adventure you will never forget. A guided walking holiday never to be forgotten.
We have only 12 spaces available on this amazing adventure, a walk of a lifetime you will not be able to stop talking about.
Includes a Mountain Leader Guide, Bed and Breakfast Accommodation and a Sherpa Service for your luggage.
Single Supplement £250 if you do not wish to share a room.
A good level of fitness is required to complete the walk. The fitter you are the more you will enjoy it. As a group you will be walking up to between 6 to 9 hours per day at a steady pace. You must be comfortable climbing up over stiles, walking on steep rocky and coastal terrain.
“There’s no such thing as bad weather, only unsuitable clothing.”
Coast to Coast Guided Walking Holiday – Proposed Itinerary
Day 1 ~ Travel to St Bees – St Bees to Ennerdale Bridge (14 miles)
Day 2 ~ Ennerdale Bridge to Rosthwaite (14.5 miles)
Day 3 ~ Rosthwaite to Grasmere (9 miles)
Day 4 ~ Grasmere to Patterdale (8.5 miles)
Day 5 ~ Patterdale to Shap (16 miles)
Day 6 ~ Shap to Kirkby Stephen (20 miles)
Day 7 ~ Kirkby Stephen to Keld (13 miles)
Day 8 ~ Keld to Reeth (11 miles)
Day 9 ~ Reeth to Richmond (11 miles)
Day 10 ~ Richmond to Ingleby Cross (23 miles)
Day 11 ~ Ingleby Cross to Clay Bank Top (12.5 miles)
Day 12 ~ Clay Bank Top to Glaisdale (18.5 miles)
Day 13 ~ Glaisdale to Robin Hood’s Bay (19 miles)
Day 14 ~ Depart from Robin Hood’s Bay after breakfast