Wainwright’s Coast to Coast Walk (14 days)
This classic route was designed by Alfred Wainwright. The route is 190 miles long, which works out at an average of 14.5 miles per day. Shorter days occur in the Lake District, where steep gradients and rough going are encountered during the crossing of several high passes. The days get longer towards the end of the trip as we cross the Cleveland Hills and North Yorkshire Moors.
As well as providing a challenge, the route is renowned for its variety of beautiful scenery. Particular highlights include the idyllic Lakeland valley of Borrowdale, the historic cobbled streets and market square of Richmond, and the marvellous heather-covered plateau of the North Yorkshire Moors.
A route with a large amount of ascent and descent requiring a good level of fitness and previous summer hill walking experience.
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We are able to arrange pick up and drop offs from the start and the end of the walk
What is Included:
Qualified mountain leader to guide you during the trip
Bed & Breakfast accommodation based on two people sharing
Evening meal allowance of £25 per person
Back up support during the walk
What is Excluded:
Transport to the start of the trip at St Bees and from the end at Robin Hood’s Bay unless booked as an optional extra.
Waterproofs, rucksacks and/or walking poles can be hired for a small fee.
Walking boots suitable for summer walking
Personal clothing - a kit list will be sent to you on booking.