England’s Coast to Coast

Alfred Wainwright described a walk across England in his 1973 publication “A Coast to Coast Walk.” It winds its way across Northern England from the Irish Sea at St. Bees Head on the west coast to the North Sea at Robin Hood’s Bay on the east coast. Its 192-mile journey passes through the three national parks of The Lake District, the Yorkshire Dales, and the North Yorkshire Moors.

Janet and I fell in love with the Lakes when we lived in Ulverston. It is like our second home. When we learned about how this trek was possible without camping, it became a high priority!

On 27 June 2022, we start our 18-day (including 2 rest days) adventure from St. Bees to Robin Hood’s Bay. Not only are Bailey and Samuel joining us, but also our dear friends Dean and Tracy, who chose this as their 30th Wedding Anniversary celebration!

I plan to blog our progress daily, so please subscribe below, and leave encouraging feedback on the daily posts.

The information board from the beginning of the walk in St. Bees.
The route.
The sign in Robin Hood’s Bay that we hope to see 18 days later on 14 July!

Below are the blogs about this adventure. Click on them to read more!

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