New Edition August 2012
This 152 mile 'Challenge' route links Walney Island (just outside Barrow-in-Furness on the Cumbrian coast) to the mouth of the River Wear on the North Sea coast.
Between these end points, the route traverses the Lake District Peninsulas, South Cumbria's Low Fells, and the Lune Gorge, the Orton Fells, the Eden Valley and the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, mainly on country lanes and quiet roads with a few sections of traffic-free cycle path.
England's 'highest inn' (the Tan Hill Inn) at 1732ft is also on the route.
To complete the Walney to Whitby route you need both this map and the NCN Yorkshire Moors and Coast map.
Fold out map on waterproof paper.
Published by Footprint. Fold-out map.
Author: Stirling Surveys
Published Date: 2012