GPS Cycle and Walking Routes


Pennine Way

268 miles (431 km)

This fabulous 268 mile path takes you through three of England's finest national parks. You start near Edale in the beautiful Derbyshire Peak District and head north towards the Yorkshire Dales National Park. The final section takes you over Hadrian's Wall in the stunning Northumberland National Park before crossing the England-Scotland border and finishing in the village of Kirk Yetholm in Scotland.
Though the path is often challenging you're rewarded with some of the most breathtaking views in the country. Highlights on the path include the beautiful Malham Cove, Malham Tarn Estate and the stunning Kisdon Force waterfall in the Yorkshire Dales National Park. You'll also enjoy a waterside section along the River Tees in Teesdale which leads to Low Force Watefall and High Force Waterfall.

Photos

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On the path near Edale at the start of the route

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Torside Reservoir, Peak District Derbyshire

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East Gill Falls, Yorkshire Dales National Park

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The River Tees, near Newbiggin County Durham

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High Force Waterfall,Teesdale

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Hadrian's Wall, Northumberland National Park

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Crossing the England-Scotland border

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Kirk Yetholm, Scotland, at the end of the route

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Map

GPS Files

GPX File

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