To end the series let's pretend we've just done the "Coast to Coast" walk. This is where you actually finish up to dip your toes in the North Sea, and I have superimposed the sign on the wall of the Bay Hotel I showed you on Friday so you can see what it says.
The Coast to Coast Walk is a 192-mile (according to a recent re-measuring the real distance is almost 220 miles) unofficial and mostly unsignposted long distance footpath in Northern England. Devised by Alfred Wainwright, it passes through three contrasting national parks: the Lake District National Park, the Yorkshire Dales National Park, and the North York Moors National Park.
Wainwright recommends that walkers dip their booted feet in the Irish Sea at St Bees and, at the end of the walk, dip their naked feet in the North Sea at Robin Hood's Bay.
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