By Terry Marsh
This guidebook follows the Coast to Coast or C2C stroll, popularised through Wainwright, which runs from St Bees Head in Cumbria to Robin Hood's Bay on Yorkshire's east coast. At 178 miles (300km), this well known long-distance strolling course might be simply walked inside of a two-week vacation.
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A Northern Coast to Coast Walk: From St Bees Head to Robin Hood's Bay by Terry Marsh