|From Dent I continued along the River Dee to Sedburgh and Burneside. I entered the National
Park and briefly headed north to Kentmere, before once more turning west and crossing over to
Troutbeck, then on to Ambleside, Hawkshead and Coniston. Rather than making straight for the
coast, I chose instead to visit more of the valleys carved by the glaciers in the last ice age,
so crossed over into the remote Duddon Valley, then onto Eskdale and the village of Boot, Wasdale
and, finally, Ennerdale. The final stage of my walk to the coast followed the C2C trail, another
cycle path built on the tack-bed of a former railway, then out onto St Bees Head and the village
of St Bees.