by Paddy Dillon
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The Cumbria Way begins at Ulverston and heads north for 73 miles (123 km) through the unspoiled dales with stone-built farms of the Lake District, running around charming lakes and passing beneath rugged fells. Busy tourist towns and villages contrast with woodland, wild fellside, high passes and remote moorlands. The Way passes over the summit of High Pike (658 m) with panoramic views, and descends to the historic border city of Carlisle
This guidebook contains all you need to plan and enjoy the Cumbria Way:
detailed description of the route from south to north
Foreword by broadcaster Eric Robson
geology, history, farming and wildlife
information about public transport and travel
lavishly illustrated, with 80 colour photographs
map of the entire route (1:110,000)
in robust format, on rainproof paper.