The Coast to Coast Walk on Walking Places


We've just been told about an innovative new approach to accommodation along the Coast to Coast path, from Brigantes.

They are offering an economy accommodation service - using either caravans or tents - that follow you along the route and are prepared each day prior to your arrival. The service includes bedding, food and baggage transfer and will be located on fully equipped campsites, so you're still sure to get a hot shower each evening.

Full details can be found on their website: Brigantes Economy C2C Package

Welcome to the new and improved Coast to Coast homepage on Walking Places. We've spent the winter adding loads of new content and updated much of the information that previously filled the Coast to Coast page. We've added so much information it just wasn't possible to keep it on one single page any longer. In order to navigate all this new information, we've added a dedicated Coast to Coast menu, over there on the left.

In these pages we now have a complete walk through of the Coast to Coast (in The Route), we also have information on possible alternatives to the original route (in Alternative Routes). Not sure how to fit the walk into your two week holiday? We've added a number of different route variations (in Itineraries). Our guide book reviews (in Guide Books) will guide you to the best book and find all the maps you will ever need to walk the route in the two map pages (OS Strip Maps and Other Maps).

We've also gathered all the Coast to Coast journals we could find - the most comprehensive list on the Internet or your money back - in Walkers Journals. If you need a baggage courier or a bus we now have sections for these too (in Travel and Service Providers).

There is so much content here you will feel like you've walked the route even before you've dipped your boot in the Irish Sea. However, if there's anything wrong with something you find in these pages, or indeed if you want to contribute anything, then drop us a line using this email address:

A quick note on browsers. For some reason that we cannot fathom, and we've spent a lot of time trying to solve it; this site looks best on Internet Explorer. Mozilla Firefox users may see some small fonts and some pictures may overlap, we can only apologise for this and we will continue to try and resolve the issue. If any other browser users experience the same problem, could they drop us a line on the following email address please: