Wikipedia has a good article describing the Coast to Coast walk. Here is a map (click for a larger view, click the x or press escape to close view):
We are in the tiny village of Keld tonight, half way through the C2C. The countryside is lovely, people are friendly and, given that we are in the wettest part of the UK, the weather has been fairly good. The days have been long. The daily distances are longer than the hikes in France and … more
September 13, 14 and 15. (Posted a day later.) Hello from the tiny town of Danby Wiske. We have crossed the Pennines, and now we are in flat country East of Richmond. The hills of the Yorkshire Moors lie ahead. We have left behind the endless stone walls and now have hedge rows separating fields. … more
September 16 – 20 Here are some photos from the last five days of the Coast to Coast. Varied countryside, most of it moors. We enjoyed this part of the walk the best; the moors had a special feeling of remoteness and the weather was mostly good.
We are in Robin Hood’s Bay, at the end of the walk. The last few days have been very good. More photos sometime in the next few days.