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 Post subject: B&B Hostel and Camp along the C2C
PostPosted: Wed Jan 26, 2011 5:29 pm 
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Location: Wassenaarse Slag - Netherlands
NX 963 118 > Tomlins Guest house ( near the beach)
NY 056 144 > Low Cock How Farm (before Enneddale Bridge )
NY 142 141 > YHA Ennerdale Camping Barn (past ennerdale Water)
NY 226 135 > YHA Honister house (seatoller)
NY 336 077 > YHA Butterlip How (grasmere)
NY 398 152 > Noran Bank Farm (just outside patterdale)
NY 562 156 > New Inn Lodge (North side of Shap)
NY 562 156 > New House Farm (Raisbeck 1.5 mile west of Orton)
NY 772 075 > Pennine View Camping (Kirby Stephen)
NY 893 012 > Park Lodge (Near half way point C2C)
NZ 135 017 > East Appelgarth Farm (2 miles east of Richmond on route)
SE 336 986 > White Swan (East side Danby wiske)
NZ 446 009 > The blue Bell (Centre of Ingleby Cross)
NZ 571 017 > Maltkiln House (Urra East of Urra Moor)
NZ 823 058 > Priory Farm (North North East of Grossmont)
NZ 946 058 > Hooks house Farm ( Robin hoods Bay Noord Cliff 1.2 miles from End of c2C)

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Blue = B&B
Red = Campsite

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 Post subject: Re: B&B Hostel and Camp along the C2C
PostPosted: Thu Jan 27, 2011 7:42 am 
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Do you have nothing between Park Lodge and East Applegarth Farm?
From memory - thats a long haul with a big pack?
Aren't you stopping in Reeth?

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 Post subject: Re: B&B Hostel and Camp along the C2C
PostPosted: Thu Jan 27, 2011 7:50 am 
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A LW yea that should be a long walk..
But Ill will stop at reeth at the The Orchard camping but i have no acurate location yet

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 Post subject: Re: B&B Hostel and Camp along the C2C
PostPosted: Mon Mar 07, 2011 8:46 pm 
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Hi Easywalker :)
You have a really short walk there - White Swan to Blue Bell?
We split the route from Richmond to Ingleby Cross last year and realised it was a mistake, I know its 23 miles but its easy walking and you are walking 2 miles less from Richmond. http://wainwright-richardswalks.blogspo ... ast%202010
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 Post subject: Re: B&B Hostel and Camp along the C2C
PostPosted: Sun Mar 13, 2011 6:25 pm 
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it is indeed a bit short. but i already booked before i was aware that the 23 mile walk was not a very demanding one.

But i will have time to take a some little diversions here and there..

I have a other distance that is quit long from Urra Moor to grosmont because i thought that walk would be less demanding then the walk from White Swan to Blue bell. but i have the option there to wild camp if i my feet would not carry my any further..

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 Post subject: Re: B&B Hostel and Camp along the C2C
PostPosted: Mon Sep 03, 2012 1:14 pm 
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Sounds promosing.


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