Our weirdly brief and oddly uncomplicated 310km autumn walk across England on Alfred Wainwright’s trail from the Irish Sea, through the Lake District, Yorkshire Dales and North York Moors to the North Sea.
Why are we walking in September & why in England?
How will the Coast to Coast compare to our Caminos?
In Manchester before our walk
Manchester to St. Bees, 13 September
Day 1 – St. Bees to Ennerdale, 25.0km, 8.0 hrs
Day 2 – Ennerdale to Stonethwaite, 25.2km, 8.0hrs
Day 3 – Stonethwaite to Grasmere, 11.5km, 5.25hrs!
Day 4 – Patterdale to Bampton Grange, 20.5kms*, 8.0hrs*
Day 5 – Bampton Grange to Orton, 19.0km, 6.5hrs
Day 6 – Orton to Kirkby Stephen, 21.5km, 6.5hrs
Day 7 – Kirkby Stephen to Keld, 17.5km, 7.0hrs
Day 8 – Keld to Reeth, 20.5km, 6.25hrs
Day 9 – Reeth to Richmond, 17.8km, 4.75hrs
Day 10 – Richmond to Danby Wiske, 24.1km, 6.0hrs
Day 11 – Danby Wiske to Heathwaite via Osmotherly, 27.3km, 8.0hrs
Day 12 – Heathwaite to the Lion Inn, 24.4km, 8.0hrs
Day 13 – The Lion Inn to Grosmont, 21.0km, 5.75hrs
Day 14 – Grosmont to Robin Hood’s Bay, 25.2km, 8.5hrms
The Coast to Coast vs the Camino – after the walk