Walk the most spectacular portions of Alfred Wainwright’s renowned Coast-to-Coast Walk, as you make your way from the Irish Sea to the North Sea. Gaze out at the deep-blue waters of the Irish Sea from the clifftops of St. Bees Head, the westernmost point of Cumbria.
The Coast to Coast hike in England is one of the world’s most famous walks and a great way to experience quintessential England. Follow tradition and dip your toe in the Irish sea on the west coast then 200 miles later in the North Sea on the east coast.
The Coast to Coast is one of the world’s great walks! Alfred Wainwright, famous for his pictorial guides to The Lakeland Fells, stitched two coasts, three national parks and 200 miles of footpath together to create the ultimate long distance walk in England.
It marches across some of the finest walking ground in the north of England. A Coast to Coast sandwich consisting of three National Parks, 190 miles of footpath, and a coast at each end to dip your toes in! Alfred Wainwright created the Coast to Coast walk, and what a great job he did.
Walking Wainwright's Coast to Coast with Contours Walking Holidays Outdoor Journalist Damian Hall takes a walk from St. Bees in the east to Robin Hood's Bay in the west, traversing the width of the North of England through the Lake District, the Yorkshire Dales and the North York Moors.