The Cumbria Coastal Way links two of England’s great estuaries – Morecambe Bay and the Solway Firth – and provides 298km (182 miles) of walking. Leading north from Lancashire around the edge of the Lake District and towards the Scottish border, the route reveals the frequent gems of landscape, wildlife, archaeology and history to be found along this little-known coastline.
The walk can be completed in its entirety, or walked in sections, by people of all ages and abilities, and it is well supported by public transport.
-Easily walked within two weeks.
-Wonderful views and many points of interest along the route.
-Good introduction to long-distance walking.