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Coast to Coast Packhorse
The UK’s only travel company specialising in Alfred Wainwright’s C2C Way route.

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Coast to Coast Blog

We have helped walkersrunners and cyclists to plan their coast to coast holidays for nearly 30 years from our headquarters in Kirkby Stephen. The 192 mile route, between the seaside towns of St Bees and Robin Hood’s Bay, covers three beautiful national parks: The Lake District National Park, North York Moors and the Yorkshire Dales.

Dovedale Walk
Dovedale Walk
Home to picturesque views and stunning greenery, the Dovedale Walk is a popular tourist spot with stunning stepping stones this walk attracts thousands of nature lovers every year.
Four Waterfalls Walk
Four Waterfalls Walk
The Four Waterfalls Walk is a famous trail located near Ystradfellte, Powys, in South Wales. The trail boasts stunning scenery and access to ‘The 4 Waterfalls’ in the Brecon Beacons.
Striding Edge Helvellyn
Lake District Mountains
The Lake District National Park is home to ten of the highest mountains in England. We list all the mountains and their heights.
Swirral Edge Lake District
Helvellyn – The Lake District’s 3rd Highest Mountain
Helvellyn in the Lake District is the third highest mountain in the England. We explore the routes up, how to get to, parking and more.
Wainwright Fells
List of Wainwrights - The Alfred Wainwright Fells
We explore a list of Wainwrights, also known as the Alfred Wainwright Lakeland Fells as described in his seven-volume pictorial guide.
St Bees
Things to do in St Bees
St Bees is a small, picturesque village on the western coast of Cumbria, Copeland District, in the UK.
Fit to walk coast to coast
How fit do I need to be to walk the Coast to Coast route? - Answered
The Coast to Coast Walk is rightly rated one of the best walking routes in the world. But how fit do you need to be to walk the Coast to Coast route?