The Cumbrian Way walking holiday in England

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Description of The Cumbrian Way walking holiday in England

Price information

£730 excluding flights
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Single Supplement £GBP 130.
Make enquiry

Departure information

The trip can be booked betwen April and mid October

Travel guides

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Responsible Travel

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We believe that walking trips are the best way to experience a destination; because you have more time to appreciate the changing landscapes and get to know locals in the villages and towns that you pass through while having a minimal impact on your environment. The Lake District National Park is best explored on foot, hailed over the years by the likes of poets, authors and painters including Wordsworth, Tennyson, Arthur Ramson, Beatrix Potter and Wainwright; it is a landscape that inspires and deserves protection.

This slow style of travel not only affords you more time to appreciate the natural beauty of the National Park but, just as importantly, positively contributes to the regions that host you.

We are aligned with “Leave No Trace”, an international organisation that has set the global standard for outdoor ethics. Through targeted education, research and outreach, its mission is to ensure the long-term health of our natural world while maintaining sustainable recreation in nature.

Our Waste Management Policy encourages our travellers to take their own reusable water bottles, coffee cups and reusable stuff sacks to avoid single-use plastics. We follow this same philosophy in our office as well as on the trail: in our London office we have banned single use coffee cups and water bottles. We use recycled paper in our office and we are working towards reducing the amount of paper we use, as well as recycling all of our paper and plastic waste.


Our preferred accommodations we use on this trip are locally owned and not part of big international hotel chains; this way we ensure your tourist spend is staying within the area and benefiting local people. For example, we use the family run traditional pub the Red Lion,when available, which serves delicious home cook meals and local ales. And the New Dungeon Ghyll hotel which is a family owned and run property, which serves local produce from Cumbria and seasonal food whenever possible.

In 2000 we developed the award winning Responsible Travel Guidebook, which presented our Travel Group’s comprehensive policies on sustainable travel. Over the years our Responsible Travel Guidebook has evolved to meet the ever-changing landscape of sustainable travel. In March 2018 The Thoughtful Traveller booklet was launched, which is an easy-to-read document that empowers travellers with suggestions about how they can be part of the solution and collectively make the world a better place when they travel. Everyone is encouraged to read the Thoughtful Traveller ebook before departure

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