Walking Coast to Coast?

Let Sherpa guide you...

Before your Walking Holiday Sherpa helps you plan your itinerary and books all of your accommodation

We help you plan your itinerary and book all of your accommodation

During your Walking Holiday Sherpa collects your bags every morning and drops them off at your next stop the same day

We collect your bags every morning and drop them at your next stop the same day

The baggage transfer and accommodation booking service for the Coast to Coast walk

The brainchild of Alfred Wainwright, the well-known writer and hill-walker, the Coast to Coast walk crosses three National Parks, undoubtedly some of England's finest scenery. Starting beside the Irish Sea, you have wonderful walking through the mountains of the Lake District, across the Pennines and down Swaledale. The North York Moors await you and beyond them the east coast.

Read more in our Coast to Coast walk FAQ or read the summary Coast to Coast guide or just get started booking your Coast to Coast accommodation or baggage transfers

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Baggage transfer and accommodation booking for Coast to Coast walking holidays in Britain

Let us do all the hard work - just choose where you want to stay. We'll make all the reservations, pick up your bags every morning and drop them at your destination the same afternoon

Baggage transfer and for Coast to Coast walking holidays in Britain

Arrange all the accommodation yourself - just tell us where you'll be staying each night. We'll collect your bags every day and they'll be waiting for you when you arrive at your next stop

Coast to Coast Walking Holidays Trail Planner Download

Each trail planner contains details of travel, overnight stops, points of interest, suggested routes, relative distances and the services we can provide. Trail planners cost £5, but for each planner you download, we will take 5 off the cost of your booking on that trail

Coast to Coast Maps and Guide Books

To assist you in the planning of your walk and to accompany you along the way, we have selected the best maps and guidebooks you can comfortably carry in a rucksack pocket or walking jacket.




Thursday, 24th April, 2014