The Cumbria Coastal Way, England, UK - A Walker's Guidebook
The Cumbria Coastal Way
This guidebook follows the continuous 298km (182 mile) walking route from Silverdale, on Morecambe Bay, towards Gretna on the Scottish border. The route links a number of gems of landscape, wildlife, archaeology and history along this often little-known coastline. A walk of 10–14 days suitable for all levels of ability. More...
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'While Cumbria's Lake District is famous worldwide, the county's coast is often unjustly overlooked. The coloured maps in this guide are really excellent and the photographs have been carefully chosen to allow the walker to look forward and not to miss anything of interest.
Ian and Krysia have worked together on several books of walks in northwest of England. Becasue I know this coast from Drigg Point northwards very well, I feel that they should be congratulated on producing such a meticulously well-written book which fills a walking gap on this rarely visited, but very beautiful coast.'
(Keswick Reminder / April 07)
'Linking two of England's great estuaries, Morecambe Bay and the Solway Firth, the Cumbria Coastal Way provides 182 miles of not too difficult walking. This new guide highlights the landscape, wildlife, archaeology and history of the Cumbria coastline.
It lives up to the standard of long distance path guidebooks produced by Cicerone Press.'