Reviews of Ravenber Way

Read what our clients think about this route.

Ravenber Way. August 2019 by Bill G from Detroit Mi

Great service and accommodations

"They were great. Lovely trip great accommodations. Excellent info pack"

Ravenber Way by Charles from Deer Isle, Maine

“The Ravenber Way is not for a first time long distance walker. Over half of the route consists of a knitting together of public footpaths, often through countryside, moor and forest where the track is ill defined or invisible. Of all the walks we have done, this had the least people. Many days on the moors and in forests we saw only 1-2 people all day. The solitude amidst the beauty of the countryside is amazing, considering the walk is in such a populous nation.”

Ravenber Way by Peter & Clare from Westbury

"We have been very impressed with your overall efficiency from the very beginning, in particular with your choice of accommodation. It was all well up to standard"

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The Ravenber Way starts with your feet in the Irish Sea at Ravenglass. It passes through the finest scenery of the Lake District with options to take in some of the high summits and follows in the footsteps of the Roman legions along High Street. Crossing the pastoral Eden Valley it then keeps to the high ground of the Pennines, traversing the high moors into the ancient Kingdom of Northumbria. Beyond Hadrian's Wall it crosses the barrier of the Cheviot Hills before ending with a pleasant stroll through the leafy valley of the River Tyll and along the banks of the Tweed to reach Berwick-upon-Tweed, England's northernmost town.