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Cumbria Way related links


The main reason for me building this website was that there was next to no information on the web for the Cumbria Way and what there was was scattered around quite a few sites.

On this page I have placed a few links Cumbria Way related as well as other links covering general walking websites.

If you want to suggest a link to go on this page or if you would like to have a link to your own website on here then e-mail me with details using the following email info@thecumbriaway.co.uk


Signpost near Tarn Howes on the Cumbria Way © Dave and Angie Walsh www.masarnenramblers.com
Signpost near Tarn Howes on the
Cumbria Way © Dave Walsh
Cumbria Way related sites  
Harveys Cumbria Way map - Harveys excellent waterproof strip map at a 1:40,000 scale shows the whole Cumbria Way route on a single sheet with useful additional info.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cumbria_Way
Wikipedias information on the Cumbria Way
www.cb-arts.co.uk
A short piece describing the Cumbria Way marker at the start of the route
www.keswick.org
This web page contains 5 downloadable PDFs - one for each stage
www.ramblers.org.uk/cumbria-way.aspx
The Rambler's Associations page on the Cumbria Way
www.ldwa.org.uk
The Long Distance Walkers Association Cumbria Way page
www.harveymaps.co.uk
Buy the route map from Harveys online
www.walklakes.co.uk
A comprehensive route description for stage 1 - Ulverston to Coniston
www.walklakes.co.uk
A comprehensive route description for stage 2 - Coniston to Langdale
www.walklakes.co.uk
A comprehensive route description for stage 3 - Langdale to Keswick
www.walklakes.co.uk
A comprehensive route description for stage 4 - Keswick to Caldbeck
www.walklakes.co.uk
A comprehensive route description for stage 5 - Caldbeck to Carlisle
www.gps-routes.co.uk
Maps, GPX and Memory Map files forUlverston to Coniston
www.gps-routes.co.uk
Maps, GPX and Memory Map files for Coniston to Langdale
www.gps-routes.co.uk
Maps, GPX and Memory Map files for Langdale to Keswick
www.gps-routes.co.uk
Maps, GPX and Memory Map files for Keswick to Caldbeck
www.gps-routes.co.uk
Maps, GPX and Memory Map files for Caldbeck to Carlisle
www.hikeview.co.uk
Online maps and information on walking the Cumbria Way
 
Safety & Weather related sites
www.adventuresmart.uk
The aim of the website is to reduce the number of avoidable incidents which the rescue and emergency services deal with each year establishing a comprehensive set of safety messages.
www.lakedistrictweatherline.co.uk
A Lake District weather information page
www.mwis.org.uk
Mountain weather information for the Lake District
Stay Safe and Enjoy the Fells
LDSAMRA in conjunction with Cicerone have produceda revised version of this useful leaflet
www.mountainsafety.co.uk
This site was created to share mountain & hill walking safety advice and tips, knowledge and good practice and will be ideal for those venturing into the hills
www.ldsamra.org.uk
The Lake District Search and Mountain Rescue Association is the umbrella body for mountain rescue teams in Cumbria
 
Cumbria Way Journals
www.neilshealthymeals.com/ulverston-to-coniston-the-cumbria-way
Read the adventures of Neil, Lady Lynne (his wife) and their friend Jen on their 2019 Cumbria Way trip
The Walking Gardener
An very informative and enthusiastic piece about walking The Cumbria Way
http://hiking.topicwise.com/doc/cumbriaway2014
Iain decided on a North to South Cumbria Way trip in 2015 camping as he went along
How NOT to walk the Cumbria Way
Natalie reflects on her first long-distance walk
Rucksack Rose on The Cumbria Way
A five day trip along The Cumbria Way
ramblingman.org.uk/walks/cumbriaway
Andrew Bowdens account of his Cumbria Way walk
Mr Frostbite wild camps on the Cumbria Way- Nigel Vardy Mr Frostbite, tells of his wild camp along the Cumbria Way
Cycling The Cumbria Way - almost!
A short journal of a bike ride closely following The Cumbria Way route
www.brians-walks.co.uk/cumbria-way.html
Join Brian on his 4 day Cumbria Way trip in 2016
The Cumbria Way on You Tube
Join Abbie Barnes and her mum, Pearl, as they walk The Cumbria Way
www.pighole.co.uk
A humorous CW trip report from 2005
www.petes-walks.co.uk
Read about Pete's North to South Cumbria Way trip from 2005 with HF Holidays
www.wildwalkinguk.com
Walking the Cumbria Way with children whilst camping - a very informative page
www.ronaldturnbull.co.uk
Follow Ronald and friends on their Cumbria Way journey
 
Other Walking Websites
www.loweswatercam.co.uk
Roger and Ann Hileys website offers details of hundreds of their walks enhanced by plenty of great photos. As Roger puts it 'it is an insight on the world as seen from our part of the English Lake District'
www.stridingedge.net
A photo diary of Lake District Fell Walks - some excellent photos to be seen!
www.hill-bagging.co.uk
An informative website for hill walkers and summit-baggers
www.walkingplaces.co.uk
Online directory of many, many walking journals - very informative site
www.walkingenglishman.com
A fantastic site offering information and reports on walking
www.masarnenramblers.com
The adventures of Dave & Angie Walsh and dog Fudge with route descriptions and fantastic photos of walks around the UK
A Pennine Journey
A modern rendition of Wainwright's first long distance walk
Howgills and Limestone Trail
A 76 mile long-distance walk from Kirkby Stephen to Settle drawing its inspiration from Alfred Wainwright's 'Walks in Limestone Country' and 'Walks in the Howgill Fells'
 
Tourist Information Websites - official and unofficial
www.lakedistrict.gov.uk
The Lake District National Park Authority looks after this unique corner of England, encouraging people to enjoy and understand its beauty and helping those who live and work here
www.chooseulverston.co.uk
Popular tourist attractions as well as info on shops, cafes, restaurants, hotels, pubs and walks.
Caldbeck Area Online
An information guide to Caldbeck and the Northern Fells area of the Lake District
www.keswick.org
Tourist Information from the official Keswick website
www.discovercarlisle.co.uk
Lots of information on Carlisle, its history and places to visit
www.english-lakes.com
An information website for Cumbria
 
Other Lakeland Links
www.andybeckphotography.co.uk
View photographs taken by Andy from his local patch of the North Pennines, his frequent visits to the Lake District, the Yorkshire Dales and beyond this website shows the best of his work
www.artbyraybradshaw.com
Ray paints people enjoying the outdoors mainly in the Lakes and the Dales
www.lovethelakes.net
Specialising in locally sourced gifts for you, family and friends. With 2 stores in Bowness and Keswick
Lake District Camping
a useful site for those of you who plan to camp whilst walking the Cumbria Way
www.visitcumbria.com
An information packed guide to the attractions and places of interest in Cumbria
www.thelakeland365.co.uk
Following on from his The Wainwrights in Colour project, Andy has a new undertaking, to visit, sketch, photograph and document all of the Lakeland Fells which Alfred Wainwright included in his books
www.furnesshiddenheritage.co.uk
exploring the wonderful and eclectic heritage of the Furness Peninsula
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