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The Cumbria Coastal Way: Morecambe Bay to the Solway Firth (Cicerone Guide) Paperback – 1 Mar 2007
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'While Cumbria's Lake District is famous worldwide, the county's coast is often unjustly overlooked. The coloured maps in this guide are really excellent and the photographs have been carefully chosen to allow the walker to look forward and not to miss anything of interest. Ian and Krysia have worked together on several books of walks in northwest of England. Becasue I know this coast from Drigg Point northwards very well, I feel that they should be congratulated on producing such a meticulously well-written book which fills a walking gap on this rarely visited, but very beautiful coast.' (Keswick Reminder / April 07) --publisher
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The authors, Ian and Krysia Brodie, have worked together on several walking books including ?Walking from Garstang', now in its fourth edition. They frequently walk along the coast as well as amongst the fells and wider landscapes of northern England.
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On saying all that, it is a very good guide book and is mostly accurate, so it is a good purchase if you are wanting to do the Coastal Way (there not actually being any other books). I live in the area and walk the path using the local trains; get off at one station, walk about 8 miles or so to another station, get the train home. The Coastal Way is much flatter than the Cumbria Way and is better for us old folk who cannot climb up fells any more.
The positives are that it took us through pleasant countryside and coastline that we would not otherwise enjoyed and that it is generally well written and easy to follow. However, as with all guide books, it gets out of date requiring a bit of intelligent re-interpretation occasionally and it is a companion to, not a substitute for, the 1:25K OS map.