Cumbria Coastal Way

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Start: Silverdale Station
Distance: 182 miles (293 km)
Grid Ref: SD476751
 
Climbing: 2,964 metres
Walk time: 80-100 hours
Days: 10-20

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Summary: The Cumbria Coastal Way is a waymarked long distance footpath stretching for 182 miles (298 km) from the Cumbrian boundary with Lancashire to the Scottish border. The coastal way commences at Silverdale, which overlooks Morecambe Bay, and passes around the southern Cumbrian peninsulas, through the beautiful Lake District National Park and along the coast to the Solway Firth before ending at the famous border town of Gretna. Parts of the path at its northern end join up with Hadrian's Wall National Trail.


Useful Links:
Cumbria Coastal Way Guidebook
Wikipedia
Visit Cumbria
Long Distance Walkers Association


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