We are very fortunate to be not only on the Coast to Coast footpath, but to be adjacent to the North York Moors National Park, the Cleveland Way, the Lyke Wake Walk and many other footpaths. We are also very close to Sustrans National Cycling Network Routes 65 & 165.
What is the Coast to Coast?
England's Coast to Coast footpath is made up by connecting together dozens of existing footpaths, bridle ways, minor roads and other rights of way crossing the breadth of England, the rout starts from St Bees in Cumbria and ends at Robin Hood's Bay in North Yorkshire.
The Coast to Coast path is not actually a path in its own right, but a network of paths created by Alfred Wainwright.
Although walkers describe it as the Coast to Coast Path it would be more accurate to refer to it as the Coast to Coast Walk.
The Coast to Coast walk attracts walkers from all over the world, and despite the path not having been given national trail status, it is the most popular long distance walk in Great Britain, and possibly in the whole world.
Want to know more about planning your Coast to Coast walk?