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First Class for C2C

I used Packhorse last year to do the first half of C2C and again this year to finish it to Robin... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
linchandler53
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Timsbury, United Kingdom
Great Experience

We hiked the C2C in late June/early July 2017. Sherpavan was flawless in transporting the luggage... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Waldodad
,
Vermont USA
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“st bees” (25 reviews)
“lake district” (36 reviews)
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Reviewed 5 days ago

I used Packhorse last year to do the first half of C2C and again this year to finish it to Robin Hood's Bay. They really are a great company and could not have had better service in every way on both walks. I had the...More

Thank linchandler53
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We hiked the C2C in late June/early July 2017. Sherpavan was flawless in transporting the luggage among the various wonderful B&B's, Lodges and Inns.

1  Thank Waldodad
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Reviewed 20 March 2018

In August 2017 a friend and I walked the Coast to Coast, supported by C2C Packhorse. It was a fantastic experience of beautiful scenery, great people, lovely villages and pubs, along with some hard but satisfying walking. Thanks to C2C Packhorse for making great B&B...More

6  Thank Jennifer C
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Reviewed 25 January 2018

We thought that we would never be able to walk this as it is very hard, even though our small group of mature ladies are experienced at long distance paths. In September 2016 we walked the first section from St Bees to Haweswater (TripAdvisor review...More

9  Thank LittlePatsy1
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Reviewed 29 October 2017

Hello hikers, Just returned from another trip to northern England where I left my heart, with the fabulous c2c and the welcoming B&Bs. I wanted to share some more tips on some of the questions and concerns I had before our first trip and if...More

47  Thank Barb W
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Reviewed 23 October 2017 via mobile

I had previously completed the Kilimanjaro summit trek with Badger Adventures, I had been impressed with how professional and well run the trip was so when I saw they also did Wainwrights Coast to Coast trek myself, my wife and my mother who is 75...More

6  Thank PeterGarrett78
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Reviewed 7 October 2017

After a summer of preparing myself I spent most of September doing the C2C. Although a sole traveler you very soon meet other walkers and establish deep friendships. I was recommended to use Packhorse as they provide secure parking in Kirkby Stephen and transport to...More

8  Thank Tim S
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Reviewed 23 September 2017

Did st Bees to Kirkby Stephen in August 2015 and now Kirkby Stephen to R Hood's Bay this August 2017. Much preferred the more spectacular Lake District section to N Yorks Moors, although the former is much more arduous with steeper and longer ascents. Do...More

6  Thank john b
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Reviewed 14 September 2017

We have walked the whole of the C2C before, but this time we walked a section of it over the Crosby Ravensworth Fell. It was a sunny day, and we met a few other C2C walkers. One of the problems of the C2C is that...More

3  Thank Andrew C
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Reviewed 12 September 2017

For anyone who likes walking and being in the wild crack on and go for it. The first challenge is committing yourself not only to the walk but also to the time. It's worth it ! I did it in 14 days. I'm fairly fit...More

16  Thank HungryTravellerAscot
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John W
5 October 2017|
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Response from franklin1963 | Reviewed this property |
I did the C2C in April of 2017 and walked on the south shore of Ennerdale. I too heard about the difficulties, but none were encountered. I believe one can climb up and over the Crag if one wishes, but staying down on the... More
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