Created by: Chris Page
Travel the width of England on this epic coast to coast trail. Journeying from the Irish Sea to the North Sea, the trail starts in the small town of St Bees and finishes in Robin Hood’s Bay. During the 13 days it takes to walk the highlights of England’s Coast to Coast, you’ll pass through 3 national parks, covering a distance of over 100 miles. Hiking the most spectacular sections of Alfred Wainwright’s walk, you’ll follow in the footsteps of literary giants through the dramatic fells of the Lake District, the green rolling hills of the Yorkshire Dales and the sweeping expanses of the North Yorks Moors National Park.
Led by an expert guide, you’ll discover the area’s incredible history as you pass medieval castles, historic houses, storied monuments and ancient standing stones, with the scenery changing as you go. Relax each evening in handpicked accommodation and enjoy fresh local produce. The England Coast to Coast walk may be challenging, but it is also an incredibly rewarding hike showcasing Northern England’s scenery and heritage.