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Sherpa Original Deluxe Travel Bag, Medium, Black

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Many Coast-to-Coast walkers will opt to divide this stage between two shorter days, with an overnight break at Grasmere. If you do it in two stages you will be in Grasmere (milepost 38) around lunchtime (milepost 38). There is nowhere to buy food and drink en-route, so you should buy lunch before leaving Borrowdale. The picnic spot with the best view is the highest point of the day at Greenup Edge (mile 32). However, you will probably be well past there by lunchtime, so in good weather we suggest Calf Crag (mile 33.5), while in poor weather the first sheltered spot that you will reach is on the low-level Far Easedale (also mile 33.5). Grasmere (milepost 38) to Patterdale (milepost 46.5) is a short day, so you have time to walk into the centre of Grasmere village to shop for a picnic, or to visit Wordsworth's one-time home and museum at Dove Cottage, Town End (1km from Grasmere). There is nowhere to get refreshments before Patterdale, so buy picnic materials before setting out. Picnic near Grisedale Tarn (milepost 42), possibly near the 'Brothers' Parting Stone. Stage 4: Patterdale to Shap (15.5 miles / 25km) The Coast to Coast trail starts with a day of varied scenery. The first three miles are along the red cliffs of St. Bees Head, a nature reserve for sea birds. The route then strikes inland across farmland and a former coal mining area around Cleator. There are fine all-round views from the summit of Dent, before you descend to Ennerdale Bridge at the edge of the Lake District National Park. Stage 2: Ennerdale Bridge to Rosthwaite (14 miles / 22.5km)

Gradients and terrain on the Dales Way are relatively easy, but the going may be muddy underfoot in wet weather. There are also a large number of stiles and ‘kissing gates’ to negotiate. The itinerary follows Wharfedale (where there is time to admire the ruins of Bolton Abbey) and then Langstrothdale, gradually gaining height upstream to reach the Pennine watershed at Cam Fell (1,700 feet). The way then runs down Dentdale to the market town of Sedbergh and across sheep pastures to Bowness on Windermere.

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