Pennine Way

The Pennine Way is a National Trail in England, with a small section in Scotland. The trail stretches for 268 miles (431 km)[1] from Edale, in the northern DerbyshirePeak District, north through the Yorkshire Dales and Northumberland National Park and ends at Kirk Yetholm, just inside the Scottish border. The path runs along the Pennine hills, sometimes described as the “backbone of England”.

Pennine Way Map

Pennine Way Map
Pennine Way Map

Pennine Way Interactive Map

16 Day Walking – Pennine Way

StageStart PointEnd PointDistance (Miles)Ascend / Descend (Feet)
Day 1 EdaleCrowden16
Day 2CrowdenStandedge11
Day 3StandedgeCalder Valley11
Day 4Calder Valley Ickornshaw16
Day 5IckornshawMalham17
Day 6MalhamHorton in Ribblesdale14.5
Day 7Horton in RibblesdaleHawes14
Day 8HawesTan Hill16.5
Day 9Tan HillMiddleton-in-Teesdale17
Day 10Middleton-in-TeesdaleDufton21
Day 11DuftonAlston20
Day 12AlstonGreenhead16.5
Day 13GreenheadBellingham22
Day 14BellinghamByrness15
Day 15ByrnessWindy Gate14
Day 16Windy GateKirk Yetholm13

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