The end of the Lakes and the start of the Wall.
There are ten more miles of Lake District National Park to admire then 10 more of open countryside before getting to Carlisle and the last Cathedral on the Tour of England.
There is also a castle.
Carlisle is famous for making biscuits for McVitie’s so we will definitely stop to refuel, whilst also taking in one man’s collection of motorbikes at Scaleby Hill Vintage Motorbike Museum. The factory was opened by John Carr in 1829, making it the oldest factory for biscuits in the world.
Leaving Carlisle the day finishes at nearby Brampton.
A visit to Lanercost Priory, just north of Brampton, which is both a ruin and a church.
Scaleby Hill Vintage Motorbike Museum
Fuel: Carr’s water biscuits.
Overnight: Pinegrove Hotel, Carlisle