Coast to Coast information site
|This new site is
superb and should be visited by all those contemplating the C2C
Dik's site is designed to act as a
'resource centre' for the C2C walk, pulling together all
of the important and practical C2C information currently
available on the web and put it into one, easily accessible site.
It also holds all
the many varied and separate links on the web under one roof to
make searching for information a whole lot easier.
operate guided and self guided walking holidays on four of
northern Englandís classic long distance walking trails :
Wainwright's Coast to Coast walk, The Cumbria Way, Dales Way and
Pennine way. There is also an on-line shop for maps and C2C
holidays in Ireland, Scotland and England.
Places' C2C forum
||Perhaps the best
established and most useful C2C forum on the web.
It is regularly visited by veteran Coast to Coasters whose
knowledge of the route is unsurpassed. If you are new to the
route and have a question then post it there, sit back and await
Walking Englishman web site
|This an excellent
site containing comprehensive information and reports on medium
& long distance walks in England. It covers all of the
major long distance walks and is a must for those planning the
C2C walk. The links pages are comprehensive and very useful.
Mike's recommended list of :
walking sites :
Coast to Coast sites
||St Bees is the
usual start point for the Coast to Coast Walk.
This is an excellent site covering just about everything one
would need to know about St Bees, including village history, details of accommodation and facilities, virtual tours
usual end point for
the Coast to Coast Walk.
This is the web site of the Robin Hoodís Bay Tourism Association
and is a wide ranging site including village history, what's on,
Ramblers Association (UK)
||This is Britain's biggest walking
charity and has been working for 70 years to promote walking and to improve conditions for everyone who walks in England, Scotland and Wales.
This is the link to their C2C page.
||This is our local
Branch of the Ramblers - affiliated to the Ramblers Association.
||UK Ordnance Survey