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Bring your Wellies!

Walking is THE thing to do in the Lake District, and the Cumbria Way is the path through the thick... read more

Reviewed 20 September 2016
Susan F
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San Diego, California
Wonderful dog friendly holiday

Fantastic scenery of an exciting journey. Our first day was wet, but the welcome at Yewdale Inn was... read more

Reviewed 27 August 2016
welshciderapples
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Bristol, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 7 May 2018 via mobile

Poorly signposted from the Ulverston end covering the first day. In fact the path is poorly signposted for most of the way. Mind you it's enough to keep many walkers away. Which may be the reason. There are a couple of good camping grounds and...More

Thank Timothy W
Reviewed 20 September 2016

Walking is THE thing to do in the Lake District, and the Cumbria Way is the path through the thick of it. I've been told that it is the least developed way to see the area without too many tourist buses to work around. It...More

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Reviewed 27 August 2016

Fantastic scenery of an exciting journey. Our first day was wet, but the welcome at Yewdale Inn was warm! Second day took us into the mountains then a second night in Coniston. Over into Langdale next, incredible, breathtaking scenery then wonderful home cooked food and...More

Thank welshciderapples
Reviewed 18 May 2016 via mobile

Fab walk along a stretch of the Cumbrian way. Beautiful scenery. Plenty to look at and enjoy. Dog had a fab time in the grass and leaves.

Thank 0798anne
Reviewed 23 November 2015

I walked this in a balmy, September , Indian summer with my South African brother.. The weather was very good to us and most of our over night stays were excellent.. However we noticed a distinct lack of way-marking in the opening stage to Coniston...More

Thank valuematters
Reviewed 2 October 2015

We did this walk from Ulverston to Caldbeck, skipping the last leg and instead spending a day in Keswick. We booked through Wandering Aengus which supplied us with maps and guidebooks and luggage transport. All of the accommodations they picked for us were top notch....More

Thank AlbertaSarah
Reviewed 29 August 2015 via mobile

We found a car park next to the start of the Cumbrian Way in Ulverston and had a stroll. Beautiful countryside and a nice walk along the footpath. Thoroughly enjoyed it.

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Reviewed 24 August 2015

My mum and I did this as part of a longer walk in the Langdales and we thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. The views are fabulous particularly on a warm, clear sunny day. Certainly worth a visit.

Thank LancashireBridget
Reviewed 23 August 2015

We have just returned from completing The Cumbrian Way and found it to be a lovely 73 mile long distance walk. We started in Ulverston staying in Coniston, Great Langdale, Keswick, Caldbeck and finishing in Carlisle. We were pleased that we had a Cicerone Guide...More

Thank aileencal2015
Reviewed 12 July 2015

Brilliant walking and climbing.....but once you leave the Lake District it is a bit boring.....my advice stop at Keswick walk around the lake 8 miles.....bus takes you straight to Carlisle.

Thank munromch
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