|Slow Way||Route||To do|
||Pioneer me||Distance 19km/12mi||Ascent 118m||Descent 114m|
||Double check||Distance 21km/13mi||Ascent 217m||Descent 217m|
||Pioneer me||Distance 24km/15mi||Ascent 270m||Descent 330m|
||Review me||Distance 7km/5mi||Ascent 48m||Descent 49m|
||Pioneer me||Distance 32km/20mi||Ascent 444m||Descent 385m|
Gretna’s Slow Ways starting point
Lat / Lon
54.99544° / -3.06699°
Easting / Northing
331,836E / 567,282N
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Once you do find the way up to the bridge the rest of the walk is roadside with very little in the way of verge or footpath.Altogether not a walk I would recommend or do again....
James Slowey Slowey
The marked route from Carlisle station to the Eden river wasn’t accessible at this time due to a road and path closure. We walked down towards Stainton where we knew there was a foot path to the right which would lead us to the river Eden (after another right turn and a subsequent left turn – neither signposted) and so get us back on track for Cargo and Rockcliffe. The path through Cargo and Rockcliffe was as described. After we passed Rockcliffe Cross the path was indicated to go across fields along the edge of farmland. Due to road layout changes you now have to turn right out of Metal Bridge and then sharp left onto the road to take you across the Eden and the Esk....