PENNINE WAY WALKING 22 DAY 21 NIGHT
The Pennine Way National Trail stretches from Edale near Sheffield, all the way through the Peak District, The Yorkshire Dales and across the Pennines. The whole footpath is 268 miles or 431 km long but can be divided into a northern and southern section if preferred (see other itineraries). Considered the toughest National Trail in the UK, if you can handle the rugged landscape then you will be rewarded with spectacular scenery. These routes are best-suited to those with long-distance walking experience. This itinerary covers the whole trail, heading north between Edale and Kirk Yetholm which is the traditional direction for walking the trail.