Cumbria Coastal Way

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Not to be confused with Cumbria Way.
Cumbria Coastal Way
St Bees Head.JPG
St. Bees Head which lies on the trail
Length 298 km (185 mi)
Location Northern England, United Kingdom
Designation UK National Trail
Trailheads Silverdale, Lancashire
Gretna, Dumfries and Galloway
Use Hiking
Hiking details
Season All year
A sign along the route, near Ulverston

The Cumbria Coastal Way (CCW) is a long-distance footpath allowing users to travel from Cumbria's southern border to just north of the EnglishScottish border. It follows some interesting scenery such as the red sandstone cliffs of St. Bees Head.

This footpath passes through the following locations (from South to North):

References[edit]

  • Brodie, Ian O.; Brodie, Krysia (1994). The Cumbria Coastal Way. Ellenbank Press. ISBN 1-873551-10-X. 
  • Brodie, Ian O.; Brodie, Krysia (2007). The Cumbria Coastal Way. Milnthorpe: Cicerone. ISBN 978-1-85284-430-1. 

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