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Grasmere to Patterdale - Coast to Coast - Article Index

Grasmere to Patterdale, Coast to Coast

Article Index

Seat Sandal
A - D
Brothers Parting Stone
This is a commemorative stone erected following the death of John Wordsworth, William's brother
E - I
Gavel Crag
Gavel Crag is a steep crag on the eastern edge of Seat Sandal, at the side of the Coast to Coast path
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Grisedale Tarn
This lake lies along the Coast to Coast path in the bowl below Seat Sandal, Fairfield and Dollywaggon Pike
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Hause Riggs
This is a steep escarpment that the Coast to Coast passes along on a narrow level area on the side of Seat Sandal
J - M
Little Tongue
Little Tongue is a narrow spur coming down from Seat Sandal towards Mill Bridge on the Coast to Coast path
N - R
Ruthwaite Cove
Ruthwaite Cove is a collection bowl for water coming from High Crag, Nethermost Crag and The Tongue
S - T
St Sunday Crag
This is the ridge top above the Grisedale Valley, providing an attractive walk from the Tarn to Patterdale
Tongue Gill
This fast flowing gill begins near Hause Riggs and passes below the main road at Mill Bridge on the Coast to Coast
U - Z
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Wild Beauty of the Coast to Coast Path

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The Wild Beauty of the Coast to Coast Path is designed both as a trail guide, and as an informative and adventurous travelogue. Written by Roy David McKee, this is a must-read for anyone contemplating the walk.

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Features of the Book:
  • Route described in detail
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  • Photo-galleries of particular areas of interest.
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