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Walking the Pennine Way National Trail long distance path

The Pennine Way National Trail is 256 miles (409.5 km) long and was the first National Trail to be established. 

The Pennine Way National Trail long distance path starts at Edale in the Peak District, and finishes at Kirk Yetholm in the Scottish Borders.  The route essentially travels the mountain tops along the rugged backbone of England through the gritstone moors of the Peak District, the Yorkshire Dales and finally finishing in beautiful Northumberland. 

What maps are available for the Pennine Way National Trail Path?

Pennine Way central XT40 mapThere are 3 maps available covering the whole of the Pennine Way National Trail Path called Pennine Way south XT40 map (Edale to Horton-in-Ribblesdale, Pennine Way central XT40 map (Horton-in-Ribblesdale to Greenhead), and Pennine Way north XT40 map (Greenhead to Kirk Yetholm). These 3 maps are produced by Harvey Maps and are printed on light, waterproof and tear-resistant synthetic paper. Buy maps for the Pennine Way National Trail from our shop.

Pennine Way National Trail walking guidebookWhat guidebooks are available for the Pennine Way National Trail Path?

The official guidebook for the Pennine Way National Trail is published by Aurum Press and is called the Pennine Way by Damian Hall.  Buy guidebooks for the Pennine Way National Trail from our shop.

Map of the Pennine Way National Trail long distance path

Map of the Pennine Way National Trail long distance path
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Pennine Way National Trail walking guidebook

Buy guidebooks for the Pennine Way National Trail from our shop.