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England Coast Path - Allonby to Whitehaven

Cumbria

34 km / 21 miles
A 21-mile section of the English Coast Path on the North West Coast, Allonby to Whitehaven heads among the industrial heritage of the west coast, initially going south, paralleling both the Allerdale Ramble and the Cumbria Coastal Way, while after Maryport the Ramble turns inland towards Cockermouth and the Coast Path continues through Workington to Whitehaven.


Details:

Path Type: National Trails (England & Wales)
Waymark: National Trail Acorn
Attributes: Average Gradients
Coastal
Start: NX968183 - Allonby, Cumbria View on StreetMap
Finish: NY080428 - Whitehaven, Cumbria View on StreetMap
Web Sites: National Trails - England Coast Path

Publications, Badges and Certificates:

General Interest Book The England Coast Path: Exploring the World's Longest Continuous Coastal Path  (Conway  - 2020 )

Maps:

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Contains Ordnance Survey data © Crown copyright and database right 2016.
© OpenStreetMap contributors under Open Database Licence.
Rights of way data from selected Local Authorities.
Large scale digital mapping is provided by John Thorn.
At high zoom levels the route is indicative only.
Purchase Ordnance Survey Maps (path is named on OS maps):
OS Landranger 85, 89
OS Landranger Active 85, 89
OS Explorer 4, 303
OS Explorer Active 4, 303

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Route Profile:

33.9 km (21.1 miles)
363 m (1,191 ft) ascent
78 m (256 ft)  maximum height

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