Walking Holiday in England on
Cumbria Coastal Way, one of England's long distance walking trails, walking
in the far North of England from Silverdale to Gretna, via Grange over Sands,
Ulverston, Ravenglass, St Bees, Whitehaven, Maryport and Carlisle.
The Cumbria Coastal Way, part of the England Coast Path, is a 188 mile way-marked long-distance walking trail.
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22 days walking
Min/max daily distance:
Average Daily distance:
Morecambe Bay, Holker Hall
Conishead Priory, The Duddon Estuary
Swinside Stone Circle
Lake District National Park
Ravenglass and Eskdale Narrow Gauge Railway
Silverdale to Gretna
24 day itinerary
English self-guided walking holiday hikes along the coast of Cumbria and
along the fringes of the Lake District. This is a great introduction to
walking holidays in UK.
Our suggested itineraries are from South to North as this is the direction in which the guide book is written. However we offer this hiking tour in either direction.
Day 1: Arrive at Silverdale
Day 2: Silverdale to Milnthorpe 10 miles
Day 3: Milnthorpe to Grange over Sands 12 miles
Day 4: Grange over Sands to Cark 7 miles
Day 5: Cark to Ulverston 10 miles
Day 6: Ulverston to Rampside 8 miles
Day 7: Rampside to Barrow in Furness 7 miles
Day 8: Barrow in Furness to Foxfield 12 miles
Day 9: Foxfield to Millom 10 miles
Day 10: Millom to Silecroft 7 miles
Day 11: Silecroft to Bootle 7 miles
Day 12: Bootle to Ravenglass 7 miles
Day 13: Ravenglass to Beckermet 9 miles
Day 14: Beckermet to Whitehaven 12 miles
Day 15: Whitehaven to Workington 8 miles
Day 16: Workington to Maryport 6 miles
Day 17: Maryport to Silloth 12 miles
Day 18: Silloth to Abbey Town 10 miles
Day 19: Abbey Town to Kirkbride 7 miles
Day 20: Kirkbride to Burgh by Sands 7 miles
Day 21: Burgh by Sands to Carlisle 11 miles
Day 22: Carlisle to Rockcliffe 6 miles
Day 23: Rockcliffe to Gretna 6 miles
Day 24: Depart after breakfast
|The Cumbria Coastal
Way walking trail is clearly way-marked to provide reassurance on your walking
holiday in Northern England.
The walking holiday on the Cumbria Coastal Way begins at Silverdale on the border with Lancashire, and follows the Cumbrian Coast north around Morecambe Bay, around the Duddon Estuary, along the Lake District coast and then finally along the Solway Estuary.
What's not included
|This is a popular walking tour, so we have carefully selected comfortable accommodation to ensure you are well rested each night after a busy day hiking and site-seeing. Why not take some rest days in Carlisle to explore the city, or make an excursion England's famous Lake District.|
not combine this walking holiday with a hiking tour in another part of the
UK. Our staff will be happy to advise and arrange necessary transfers.
This walking holiday in the UK March to October and in either direction.
The above distances are only a suggestion. If you would like to walk longer or shorter distances, we can arrange that too.
Online booking available. A deposit of £55 per person is required to secure the booking, with the balance due 6 weeks before departure.
|How to get there|
Plane to Carlisle, Glasgow or Edinburgh, where we can arrange transfer
to the start of the route
By Car to Silverdale or Gretna where parking is available
By Train / Bus to Silverdale
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