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Pennine Way National Trail

Yorkshire Dales National Park DL8 3EL, England
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This was a really tough walk solo

Aged 65 years and a veteran of Wainwrights coast to coast walk the previous September I set off for... read more

Reviewed 8 July 2018
Tim S
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Lowestoft, United Kingdom
The best known national trail 253 miles of .........

A good challenge for the long distance walkers, not to easy not the best views but a lot of... read more

Reviewed 19 February 2017
Freddy E
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Wassenaar, The Netherlands
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This 270-mile walk goes from the Peak District National Park to the Scottish borders.
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“kinder scout” (3 reviews)
“kirk yetholm” (5 reviews)
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Yorkshire Dales National Park DL8 3EL, England
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Reviewed 8 July 2018

Aged 65 years and a veteran of Wainwrights coast to coast walk the previous September I set off for Edale to do the whole walk of about 280 miles over 17 days stopping at pubs, b and bs and other accommodation en route. I used...More

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Reviewed 19 February 2017

A good challenge for the long distance walkers, not to easy not the best views but a lot of everything else. solitude, difficult terrain and a lot of satisfeaction wen you end at Kirk yetholm. do not go unprepared. any questions or advise feel free...More

1  Thank Freddy E
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Reviewed 12 December 2016

This is a 250 mile walking trail from Peak District to Scotland. We walked a small part of it from Edale. It's a bit of a scramble over rocks but well worth it. At the top you get stunning views. The only downside is in...More

1  Thank asocrates
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Reviewed 29 November 2016 via mobile

Just finished this section, to return next year when the light returns to do section up to Malham and beyond. Climbing on/off Kinder-Bleaklow plateau is quite hard going for someone who first did this in 1967, but the use of gritstone slabs in those section...More

1  Thank StaffordSteve49
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Reviewed 13 September 2016

Dreamed of walking this since I was 15 now aged 63 with husband aged 78 we set off on the trail. Booked with a company who organised all hotels and luggage transfer. We started at Edale and finished at Kirk yetholm 23 days later. Enjoyed...More

4  Thank Gimamo
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Reviewed 22 June 2016

I caught a train early in the morning to Edale and set out on a wet June morning at 830am from the Old Nags Head, carrying a 12kg pack intending to camp along the way. Its a very easy walk up Jacob's Ladder onto Kinder...More

2  Thank ricky_indo
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Reviewed 16 June 2016

We have just finished walking the Way over May/June 2016. an incredible experience. After the Coast to Coast, the West Highland Way and the Great Glen Way, this was the icing on the cake. Weather ranging from 75mph winds/rain to clear skies and a wide...More

Thank susanjeff
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Reviewed 23 October 2015

I walked the Pennine Way in June/July of 2015, setting off from Edale with a friend with the intention of taking around 18/19 days for the whole route. In the event, I ended the walk alone after my friend was forced to pull out with...More

5  Thank TenerifeRambler
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Reviewed 13 July 2015

Just completed part 3 of Pennine Way from Great Dunn Fell to Kirk Yetholm. Weather variable, as was the terrain and state of paths/signage. Met with a fence across the path into Wark Forest with no stile and no indication if fence was there because...More

Thank Sandra L
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Reviewed 7 May 2015

an amazing journey completed in 13.5 days and more. once you have completed the first 3 days,, you WILL want to carry on for the rest of the trail. this trail at times is very strenuous and if you are unfortunate with the weather you...More

1  Thank stomper1973
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