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The Cumbrian Costal Way is a continuous route from the boundary with Lancashire to the town of Gretna in the Scottish Borders. It is suitable for walkers of all abilities and can be walked in it's entirety or walked in sections. Much of the routefinding is easy but some sections need care underfoot and careful planning where the tides may affect the route. The route has been designed to link with public transport. Because of the prevailing winds the route is described from south to north, and whilst May to October is a good season for walking the Cumbria Coastal Way can be enjoyed at any time of year.
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10 - 14 Days