Coast to Coast Walk - 17 Days

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This is the quintessential English hill walking and long-distance trail experience. Traverse three national parks, a variety of interesting landscapes, old towns and of course classic English public houses. Starting at St Bees we head east, with the wind, into the Lake District to pass by some of its most famous lakes and cross some important passes. Then it is on to the Yorkshire Dales and over the mystical Nine Standards Rig, before following the beautiful River Swale for a couple of days into the old market town of Richmond, then on to the North Sea Coast and Robin Hood's Bay. Along the way you will be amazed at the variety of the dry stone walls, the charming little villages and the warm welcome from the locally run inns, B&Bs and guesthouses.
brief itinerary
DAY 1 Arrive St Bees DAY 2 Walk to Lake District National Park, and Ennerdale Bridge (6hrs) DAY 3 To Borrowdale (7hrs) DAY 4 Walk to Grasmere (5hrs) DAY 5 To Patterdale (6-7hrs) DAY 6 Walk to Shap over Kidsty Pike (7-9hrs) DAY 7 Enter the Yorkshire Dales, to Kirkby Stephen (5-6hrs) DAY 8 To Keld (6hrs) DAY 9 Walk to Reeth (5hrs) DAY 10 Walk to Richmond (5hrs) DAY 11 To Danby Wiske (5hrs) DAY 12 To Osmotherley (3hrs) DAY 13 Walk to Clay Bank Top or Chop Gate (5hrs) DAY 14 To Blakey (4-5hrs) DAY 15 To Egton Bridge or Grosmont (4-5hrs) DAY 16 To Robin Hood's Bay (7hrs) DAY 17 Trip concludes
trip dates
Daily from 24 Mar to 26 Sep
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15, 16, & 18 day versions available

what's included
MEALS: *16 breakfasts ACCOMMODATION: *16 nights in hotels, B&Bs and guesthouses on a twin share basis with ensuite facilities where available BACKUP & SUPPORT: *information pack including route notes & maps per room booked *luggage transfer *emergency hotline
AT A GLANCE
Coast to Coast Walk - 17 Days
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trip grading:
moderate to challenging
duration:
17 days
trip code:
WC7
2018 PRICING
US $1,690
Operated By Sherpa Expeditions
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