Odin’s Last Rune

Ennerdale Water on the Coast to Coast

Odin’s Last Rune

There’s probably no more enjoyable way to learn about English history, the landscape, the folklore and its people, than to embark upon the classic English Coast to Coast Walk, first developed by the great British fell-walker, Alfred Wainwright. Join us as we make our way along this classic walk, which starts from St Bees in Cumbria and ends with Robin Hood’s Bay near the North Sea.


Coast to Coast Route

History, walking and old Viking tales

The Coast to Coast Walk takes you through England’s most interesting national parks. We follow Alfred Wainwright’s classic hiking trail through the Lake District, the Yorkshire Dales and across the North Yorkshire Moors. “Early spring seemed the best time of the year to walk the route. It would still be slightly chilly with fewer fellow walkers, making accommodation easier to find. We figured that 18 days on the journey would give us sufficient time to soak up the beauty of the landscape and the history and character of this part of England. Ancient villages, market places, castles and rugged landscape are all part of the experience on this 309 km walking journey through the heart of Northern England”. – Odin’s Last Rune

We’ve put together our experiences of life on the Coast to Coast Walk to help you plan your journey. Of course, there’s nothing like doing it yourself. Odin’s Last Rune includes:

  • Anglo-Saxon History.
  • English Culture and Food.
  • The Story of the Vikings.
  • The Invasion of the Normans.
  • Sites to Visit.
  • Walking Gear.
  • Suggested Itinerary.
  • Challenges and Rewards.
  • Price includes Post.

Odin’s Last Rune

A$25.00

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