It’s an exciting time for The Coast to Coast, after decades of being the most popular long distance walk in the country; it is finally going to be granted National Trail status. It was announced last August that £5.6 million will be invested in upgrading the network of footpaths, bridleways and other rights of way that make up this iconic route.
The 192 mile walk from St Bees on the Cumbrian coast to Robin Hood’s Bay on the Yorkshire coast was first devised by renowned Fell walker, Alfred Wainwright. To this day thousands of people from all around the world travel to the United Kingdom with the sole purpose of completing the infamous trail. Over the course of two weeks walkers get to take in the scenic beauty of three of England’s National Parks; The Lake District, The Yorkshire Dales and The North York Moors National Park.
Our campsite is positioned near to Falling Foss Waterfall, a notable attraction by which the C2C passes, which makes us an ideal stop for your final night beneath the stars before your final day of walking to reach Robin Hood’s Bay. Our site provides a peaceful setting to enjoy a relaxing evening, whilst our modern facilities with hot showers are just what you need after a long day of walking across the moors. Whilst there is not a pub near to us we can offer a bespoke evening meal prepared just for you, all you need to do is get in contact when you make your booking to discuss your requirements.
We look forward to welcoming you to our site very soon!