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Stage 12: Workington to Maryport — Cumbria Coastal Way

Stage 12: Workington to Maryport — Cumbria Coastal Way

7.22 mi
2.5 mph
75 ft
75 ft
Intermediate Hiking Tour. Good fitness required. Easily-accessible paths. Suitable for all skill levels.

Tour Overview

Starting Point
1.13 mi
3.77 mi

Raised Beach

Hiking Highlight

5.14 mi


Hiking Highlight

7.21 mi


Hiking Highlight

7.22 mi



Tour Profile


Hiking Path: 5.29 mi
Path: 0.28 mi
Footpath: 166 yd
Street: 0.68 mi
Road: 0.39 mi
State Road: 0.50 mi


Unpaved: 5.29 mi
Paved: < 109 yd
Asphalt: 1.07 mi
Unknown: 0.84 mi

Weather Forecast


Alex Foxfield planned a hike.

January 14, 2021


  • Alex Foxfield

    This stage explores some delightful wildlife spots on its journey from Workington to Maryport. It’s a 7.2-mile (11.6 km) stretch, making it one of the shorter sections of the Cumbria Coastal Way. For a longer walk, you could end at the village of Allonby, a further 5 miles (8 km) down the coast.

    After crossing the Derwent, I have included a short detour to Siddick Ponds Nature Reserve, a favourite of birdlife enthusiasts. Otherwise, follow the road back to the coast and head north east, past the village of Siddick.

    The next section is delightful, as you follow the railway along a section of raised beach. A cornucopia of colour is evident here in spring and summer, when all manner of wildflowers bloom, attracting butterflies, moths and ladybirds. The peace is only ever interrupted by a passing train.

    On the approach to Maryport you can enjoy views out to Criffel rising above the Galloway coast across the Solway Firth. Maryport has a fine harbour and a number of attractions and amenities. Accommodation is not as plentiful as one might imagine, so it is worth booking in advance.

    • January 28, 2021

Alex Foxfield

Stage 12: Workington to Maryport — Cumbria Coastal Way