The Cumbria Way

Cumbria WayThe Cumbria make a fantastic guided walking holiday meeting like minded people

The Cumbria Way is a long Distance walk that starts from Ulverston on the edge of the #Lakedistrict  National Park that runs through the heart of the Lake District to the Border city of Carlisle, the route is 73 miles long most people take 5 days to do the whole Route

The Cumbria Way takes in rolling farmland going  past  glittering tarns and Lakes going through idyllic Lakeland villages such as Coniston which is associated with Donald Campbell and his world record attempt then walking through glaciated valleys such as Langdale and following ancient pack horse routes over passes and at the top of the passes  taking in the stunning mountain scenery with stunning panoramas over a diverse landscape  then reaching the wonderful Keswick at the foot  of Skiddaw England’s  4th highest mountain  and a chance to explore Keswick  adventure capital of the North Lakes then continuing north  taking in the Mountain Visas going beneath towering peaks reaching the village of Caldbeck then going through rolling remote countryside to the historic border city of Carlisle

The Lake District is a UNESCO world Heritage site, the Cumbria way is a chance to get to know the area better and what could be better then doing the walk as a guided walking holiday with Northern Guiding check out our  webpage