The oldest National Trail in Britain, and perhaps the most famous,
the Pennine Way links Edale in Derbyshire with Kirk Yetholm in the Scottish
It’s 267 miles of walking in the Pennines and Cheviots is,
perhaps, best known for the bogs, mud and rain. Although that’s not all it
Described as the the Granddaddy of Britain’s long distance footpaths and inextricably linked to Britain’s most famous long distance
rambler: Arthur Wainright; completing it successfully has been described as a “spiritual
Here are a few facts to ponder before setting out:
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