Reviews of the Coast to Coast path

Read what our clients think about this route.

Coast to Coast. May 2018 by Jon & David from Ashton on Mersey

Quite simply, we just had a great time.

"The good weather certainly helped, but the accommodation was much better than I expected. I walked the Ridgeway with Load Off Your Back last year and thought that the standard of accommodation was much higher with you."

Coast to Coast. September 2017 by D Field from Oregon, USA

Beautifully put together with lots of helpful information.

"Beyond my expectations as far as the country and so pleased with how Wandering Aengus set everything up. I do think if I did it again I might make some changes on distances walked but I think you have to know the terrain better to do that."

Coast to Coast path by Joe & Deirdre from Leigh

“We had a great time though the wind on Kidsty Pike knocked Deirdre over a couple of times and the horizontal rain was too much for our waterproofs. One of the best parts of the holiday was meeting the same people each day/at the end of each day and comparing notes! Karen was most helpful in the preparation and all the supplies were useful.”

Coast to Coast by Gladys, Fiona, Sally, Cathy, Wilma, Irene, and Fiona from Aberdeen (to the question, 'Would you book with Wandering Aengus Treks again?')

"Yes we would and will also recommend you to any friends who are considering doing something similar. This was a more challenging walk than we had anticipated but very satisfying. It was good to use the book in conjunction with the map as there are some areas with limited waymarks"

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Coast to Coast route map

Wainwright's Coast to Coast actively seeks out the high ground and there is therefore, a fair amount of climbing to be done. The toughest section of the trail comes early on as you traverse the heart of the Lake District. First time Long Distance Path walkers would do well to cut their teeth on something like the Cumbria Way or Dales Way before attempting the Coast to Coast, but for those with some experience and a fortnight to spare, there is no better walk.