Britain’s first long-distance footpath
The Pennine Way National Trail is a 268 mile (429 Km) walking route from Edale in Derbyshire to Kirk Yetholm in the Scottish Borders. It crosses some of the finest upland landscapes in England, from the Peak District, through the Yorkshire Dales, across the North Pennines and over Hadrian’s Wall in Northumberland to the Cheviots.
It was the very first National Trail, opened on 24thApril 1965, and remains one of the most famous. You can spend as little or as long as you like walking on the Pennine Way National Trail.
Detailed information can be found on the National Trails website.