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Coast to Coast Walk East

  • Walk the east section of the Coast to Coast from Kirkby Stephen over the Pennines
  • Picture perfect villages in the Yorkshire Dales speckled with country pubs
  • Enjoy the exhilarating, endless vistas on the wild and rugged North York Moors
  • Overnight in cosy B&B accommodation and walk past famous historic landmarks
  • Complete this rewarding challenge in the seaside town of Robin Hood’s Bay
The Coast to Coast East takes you from the market town of Kirkby Stephen, through the peaceful rolling limestone hills and moorland of the Yorkshire Dales, and finishes in Robin Hood’s Bay. Created by Alfred Wainwright, this is one of the world’s greatest walks, and on this particular itinerary, you will complete the eastern section. In one-week this adventure packs a punch, the ancient footpaths crisscross through the country winding by tiny hamlets nestled in vast open landscapes. You will chat with fellow walkers along the way and enjoy the small, cosy B&B’s in the evenings before a pint at the fireside.


Day 1 Arrive Kirkby Stephen and overnight Day 2 Kirkby Stephen to Keld 14.5 miles / 23 km Day 3 Keld to Reeth 12.5 miles / 20 km Day 4 Reeth to Richmond 14 miles / 22 km Day 5 Richmond to Ingleby Cross 23 miles / 37 km Day 6 Ingleby Cross to Great Broughton 12 miles / 19 km Day 7 Great Broughton to Glaisdale 18 miles / 28.5 km Day 8 Glaisdale to Robin Hoods Bay 19.5 miles / 31 km Day 9 Onward Travel

This trip has a carbon score of 7kg per person per night, meaning it’s one of our best trips! For comparison, a carbon count of 7kg is equivalent to 1 single running shoe (not even a pair!). Here at Macs, we pride ourselves on being a responsible travel company and continue to adopt, develop and innovate ways to positively impact the environment. Find out more information on how we've carbon counted our trips.


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  • Coast to Coast

    Alfred Wainwright's Coast to Coast walk is one of the greatest walking routes in England. This video takes you through the technicalities and shows you the reasons why you should get on your boots and take to this trail. With stunning scenery, charming villages and a wonderful sense of achievement at the end, the Coast to Coast is waiting for you. 

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