The Complete Coast to Coast Duo
The Complete Coast to Coast package:
Skyware's Coast to Coast Route Guide
by Tony & Chris Grogan (2014)
together with Wainwright's original
A Coast to Coast Walk (readers edition)
(Francis Lincoln 2017)
The perfect combination for walking one of the world's great long distance trails.
Wainwright's Coast to Coast Walk is by far the most popular long distance trail in Britain, and one of the world's great walks.
The Complete Coast to Coast Duo combines the latest copy of Skyware's fabulous Coast to Coast Route Guide with Wainwright's original Pictorial Guide to his A Coast To Coast Walk (readers edition) from publishers Francis Lincoln.
The Coast to Coast Walk, devised by Wainwright himself, stretches across 190 miles from St Bees Head on the East coast to Robin Hood's Bay on the West, passing through the Lake District, Yorkshire Dales and North York Moors. His Pictorial Guide, first published in 1973, contains Wainwright's original text and his hand-drawn black-and-white route maps for this much-loved walk.
Skyware's Coast to Coast Route Guide brings the route completely up-to-date and comes in a free (optional) handy weather resistant clear plastic wallet. With full colour large-scale strip maps of the entire route, this guide will make the practical task of route-finding easy.
It is an exhilarating adventure, and once completed is an achievement that will remain fondly in the memory for the rest of your life.
A Coast to Coast Route Guide reviews:
"It’s as close to walking with Satnavs as you’re
likely to get." -
"The full colour large-scale strip maps of the
entire route and stunning images throughout the guide will make
the practical task of finding your way across England easy." -
"It is a
practical guide for those contemplating this walk, but would
make a fine memento for anyone who has completed it." -
"for Wainwright purists his
original route is shown on their maps, where it is accessible."
"I do not think it would be possible to
have a clearer guide to prevent me going astray." -