Cumbria way by John Trevelyan

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Published by Dalesman in Lancaster .

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Statementby John Trevelyan on behalf of the Ramblers" Association (Lake District Area).
SeriesLong distance walks
ContributionsRamblers" Association. Lake District Area.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDA670.C93
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Pagination71p. :
Number of Pages71
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20343947M
ISBN 100852069081

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The route is largely low-level, but this book also describes alternative mountain days which add the Coniston Fells, Glaramara and Skiddaw en route. Cumbria Way - Books.

We know of five guides to the Way which are currently in print, all available from Amazon: Cumbria Way (Guidebook + Map Flap) by Paddy Dillon () The Cumbria Way, An Illustrated Walking Guide by Peter Jackson () Cumbria Way: 72 Miles Through the Lake District by Paul Hannon () Cumbria Way by John Trevelyan ().

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A guidebook to the Cumbria Way, a mile long distance path through the heart of the English Lake District from Ulverston to Carlisle.

The route is largely low-level, and accessible to new trekkers, but this guide offers alternative mountain days to climb some of the famous fells en route.

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We have just finished the Cumbria Way and used a combination of this book and a map. We didn't have any problems with this book, it was very clear.

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Harry Stobart. 8 hrs. The Cumbrian Way should read the Cumbria Way and it is an easy-paced lowish-level walk from Ulverston to Carlisle, visiting all the pretty places Lakeland can muster, including Coniston Water, Great Langdale, Borrowdale, Derwent Water and northern Cumbria There's a new book coming out in February on Cicerone - by me - and it includes a few mountain routes too, including the 27 TripAdvisor reviews.

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Click on an image below for more info, and the option of buying online: WidgetsWe advise buying two different guidebooks, if available; one will complement the other, and the additional cost is little compared to walking the path. Cumbria Way, a km / 70 mile route liking Ulverston and Carlisle across the heart of the Lake District, presented aton a light, waterproof and tear-resistant map from Harvey Map Services.

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It spans all the way from Ulverston to Carlisle, mostly through the Lake District National Park. The route is mostly flat level path, but there are several exposed ridges. The hiker will. More recent books have been published with high level alternatives to the original route. Walking the Cumbria Way is an exhilarating journey through an enticing mix of Cumbria’s natural splendour and intriguing heritage.

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A total distance of 71 miles for the full tour. The route mainly keeps to low laying valleys which make it an excellent introduction to the Lake District, with only a few parts of the walk on. Cumbria Way Ultra. 2, likes 66 talking about this. Ulverston to Carlisle - 73 miles/10, feet of ascent of iconic trails through the beautiful Lake District.5/5.

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