The Pennine Way


The Pennine Way is Britain’s best-known long distance walk. Opened in 1965, the route runs 267 miles (429 km) South-North, from Edale in the Peak District, through the Yorkshire Dales and the Northumberland National Park, before ending at Kirk Yetholm, just over the Scottish border.

The path runs along the spine of the Pennine Hills and includes long sections of open moorland. To complete the route, walkers must navigate 287 gates, 249 timber stiles, 183 stone stiles and 204 bridges.



  • The Pennine Way
  • Hahnemuhle giclée print
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  • A2 -420x594mm, 16 1/2" x 23 3/8"
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