The Cumbria Way runs for 77 miles starting in Ulverston, running through the Lake District before ending in Carlisle city centre.
Created by the local Ramblers Association in the 1970s the route passes through classic Lakeland country via Coniston, Langdale, Borrowdale, Derwent Water, Skiddaw Forest and Caldbeck.
This is a primarily a low-level walk but it does contain some high-level exposed sections and even takes in one Wainwright fell on the route if you choose to as this is one of the alternative routes.
Even from the valley floors, the views are stunning. The Cumbria Way takes an easy route for the most part, allowing you to take in the sights without providing endless hills and summits to climb.
Your accommodation will be in well-appointed bed and breakfasts, inns and small family run hotels. Breakfasts are provided and evening meals can be taken in restaurants or pubs close to the accommodation. We book all your accommodation, take you to the start point, transfer your luggage and then provide you with maps and an itinerary for you to do the trails self-guided.
What better way to complete the Cumbria Way than by walking the trail at your own pace with this self-guided trip.