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#1 Posted : Tuesday, August 2, 2016 3:15:50 PM(UTC)
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Hey,

Me and a friend (both 21) flying in the middle of this month as part of a month in the UK.

As part of this trip we want to be part of CTC and Pennine way (travelling tent).

The plan we want:

Coast to Coast

1. St. Bees-Ennerdale Bridge > (22.5 km)

2-> Ennerdale Bridge to Rosthwaite. (22.5 km)

3-> Patterdale Rosthwaite (27.25 km)

4-> Patterdale Shap (24 km)

5-> Kirkby Stephen Shap (32 km)

6-> Keld Kirkby Stephen (17.75 km)

Pennine Way

7-> Keld Tan Hill Inn (6.5 km)

8. Tan Hill Inn-Teesedale > Midddleton in. (26.5 km)

9. Teesedale-> Dufton Middletone in. (30.5 km)

10-> Garrrigill Dufton (25.5 km)

11-> Alston Garrigill (6.5 km) or Burnstones/Knarsdale (17.5 km)

12-> Alston Greenhead (24.5 km) or Burnstones/-> Knarsdale Greenhead (9.0 km)

13-> Twice Greenhead home-brewed beer (10.5) or-> Bellingham Greenhead (34 km)

The Division became known for client:

Http://ramblingman.org.uk/planningatrip/pennine_way

Http://ramblingman.org.uk/planningatrip/planning_a_coast_to_coast

Unfortunately we only have 11 days to track and 13 as required.

All the places look really pretty difficult to decide where to trim.

We want to start in St. Bees and want to finish walking near adrianit wall.

We thought we'd take a bus from Alston to Greenhead, but even then we need to reduce another day.

We'd love your help in planning the itinerary so that we could see as much as possible and still be practical and will be in the size of days

Thanks so much for your help!!!!

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#2 Posted : Saturday, August 6, 2016 3:08:43 PM(UTC)
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Short ל11: daily 10 to 11 day Alston-morning bus to greenhead and traveled Twice to home-brewed beer and end there.

This solution gives you a 11 days but not really allows additional flexibility in track (if you need to rest on the way)
If there's someone else in another idea Forum
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#3 Posted : Saturday, August 6, 2016 10:18:13 PM(UTC)
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[Quote = 647008 Yuval Mendelson;]

Hey,

Me and a friend (both 21) flying in the middle of this month as part of a month in the UK.

As part of this trip we want to be part of CTC and Pennine way (travelling tent).

The plan we want:

Coast to Coast

1. St. Bees-Ennerdale Bridge > (22.5 km)

2-> Ennerdale Bridge to Rosthwaite. (22.5 km)

3-> Patterdale Rosthwaite (27.25 km)

4-> Patterdale Shap (24 km)

5-> Kirkby Stephen Shap (32 km)

6-> Keld Kirkby Stephen (17.75 km)

Pennine Way

7-> Keld Tan Hill Inn (6.5 km)

8. Tan Hill Inn-Teesedale > Midddleton in. (26.5 km)

9. Teesedale-> Dufton Middletone in. (30.5 km)

10-> Garrrigill Dufton (25.5 km)

11-> Alston Garrigill (6.5 km) or Burnstones/Knarsdale (17.5 km)

12-> Alston Greenhead (24.5 km) or Burnstones/-> Knarsdale Greenhead (9.0 km)

13-> Twice Greenhead home-brewed beer (10.5) or-> Bellingham Greenhead (34 km)

The Division became known for client:

Http://ramblingman.org.uk/planningatrip/pennine_way

Http://ramblingman.org.uk/planningatrip/planning_a_coast_to_coast

Unfortunately we only have 11 days to track and 13 as required.

All the places look really pretty difficult to decide where to trim.

We want to start in St. Bees and want to finish walking near adrianit wall.

We thought we'd take a bus from Alston to Greenhead, but even then we need to reduce another day.

We'd love your help in planning the itinerary so that we could see as much as possible and still be practical and will be in the size of days

Thanks so much for your help!!!!

OK, so skip sections in the middle of this trek a little like eating delicious pie someone made her boys, but if all else fails then you have no choice.

As went the pennine Way in full and this year was on the brink of exit to C2C (postponed to unknown date), overall not so important.

What tadlgo segments that all the differences between the sections is not so significant. See these previous sections should not skip: on the Lake District (ending in Shap)

And that is one of the most beautiful areas in England should not skip, and neither on day 8, and certainly not the last day with a walk along the great wall of adrianit.

Downsizing. View walking program see the days 6 and 7 are short days to merge them to one day (6.5 km walk-what is repentance.)

But maybe your intention was to produce a soft rest days in the middle of the Trek. If so, maybe you should consider to trim the day before (which is no longer in the Lake District),

Save the day 32 km walk to ease slightly on the feet.

Another option: it is not clear why the 10 you are not walking binkin next Sunday and continue until another Alston, 6.5 km walk. The connection of two days received a day-32 km

That is mostly pretty hard mountain, another candidate for cuts, which is actually two cuts according to your plan.

These are the better options. Enjoy and returned safely to school.

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