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Number Four

Q: What about camping along the route?

A: That's the third option, and in fact many people each year take along a sleeping bag and tent. You'll find campsites at regular intervals along the walk, which cost about five to eight pounds a night. Toting camping equipment will be heavier on your back -- but lighter on your wallet. This approach should cost about £200, including food. And if you really yearn for a comfortable bed at some point along the route, indulge yourself and stay in a B & B.

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