I would personally like to welcome you to this Cumbrian Walks website! I created this website myself to give walkers and visitors alike a pictorial description of the Cumbria Coastal Way including many other walks I have done especially in the English Lake District as well as other areas of Cumbria. The Cumbria Coastal Way (abbreviated as CCW) is a long distance “Right of Way” from Arnside in the South of the County to Gretna just over into the England / Scotland Border. The distance of this walk is roughly 150 miles (241 km) and follows some of the most beautiful coastline in England. Cumbria is a county in the North West of England in the UK and boasts some of the most beautiful countryside in the British Isles. I am personally attempting to complete this trek in small sections in my own time. I will be using public transport to get to the various starting points in my itinerary. I will also undertake this challenge when financial and weather situations permit.   The most important factor in undertaking this challenge is observing the tides as they change throughout the year.

You can also find some other miscellaneous local walks on this website as well as my Barrow Ramblers Walks. I am also (mainly with the ramblers’ help!) trying to eventually complete all 214 of the Wainwright Fells (books which you can purchase online by clicking here!) and all 540 of the Fells shown in Bill Birkett’s “Complete Lakeland Fells” (which you can purchase online by clicking here!). My personal progress is logged on this site – you can see this by clicking on the link on the top left of this page.

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I hope you enjoy this website and visit again in the future!! This website is constantly being updated with new walks. You can send your comments or suggestions to the email address at the bottom of this page or you may leave a message in the website guestbook above, your words will be greatly appreciated.