Pennine Way

Description

  1. Name Pennine Way
  2. Distance de sentier 412 km, 256 milles
  3. Durée en jours 21 jours
  4. Début de sentier Edale
  5. Fin de sentier Kirk Yetholm
  6. Classement Traildino SW, Marche fatigante, sentier de montagne
  7. Classement Traversée de montagne T2, randonnée en montagne

Pennine Way

Pennine Way, Edale to Kirk Yetholm, 256 miles, 412 km, 21 days

National Trail

"A long green trail from the Peak to the Cheviots.", Tom Stephenson envisioned in 1935. The Pennine Way became the first National Trail to be opened, some fifty years ago, and it's still a major landmark on Britain's hiking map. Many people have enjoyed the hike, and the many reports on the web do bear witness of the beauty of the trail.

After the South West Coast Path, the Pennine Way is the longest path in the UK. It is part of the European E2. This is not an easy walk. The route runs through the highest and most desolate parts of the Pennines. In order to walk this trail, you must have a good physical condition, a healthy amount of perseverance, good rain gear and waterproof shoes.

The path picks the wildest and most beautiful parts of northern England, to the border with Scotland: the Pennines including the Peak District, the colourful Yorkshire Dales, the cheery Cheviots. Despite its popularity, hikers marvel the solitude encountered in this upland part of northern England. At night, in the pub, you will be sharing your pains and pleasures with other hikers and forget about your despair during daytime crossing another fell in rain and storm.

Do not underestimate this trail. The legs are long and often exposed. Be prepared for strong winds, rain and cold. Many people start, few finish. The bogs are reputed for by some and cursed by most, but the worst parts have now been slabbed to stop erosion. Older guidebooks point to the Peak District as a very greasy walk but that is no more. Accommodation options are diminishing. In Kirk Yetholm your Pennine Way Certificate and Free Half Pint is waiting for you in the Border Hotel.

Select some tracks
Pennine Way
.Pennine Way (Edale to Crowden), 26km
.Pennine Way (Crowden to Standedge), 21km
.Pennine Way (Standedge to Warland Reservoir), 13km
.Pennine Way (Warland Reservoir to Calder Valley), 8.6km
.Pennine Way (Calder Valley to Ickornshaw), 26km
.Pennine Way (Ickornshaw to Malham), 28km
.Pennine Way (Malham to Horton in Ribblesdale), 24km
.Pennine Way (Horton in Ribblesdale to Hawes), 22km
.Pennine Way (Hawes to Tan Hill), 26km
.Pennine Way (Tan Hill to Kirk Yetholm), 216km
Pennine Way (Tan Hill to Kirk Yetholm) - deviation, 5.6km
Pennine Way (Tan Hill to Yeltholm) - deviation to The Cheviot via Scotsman's Cairn, 2km
Pennine Way (Tan Hill to Yetholm) - deviation near Baldersdale, 3.1km

Evaluations

Evaluation 8.0 | 6 votes | No 13. en Royaume-Uni
  • benandlara
  • Evaluation 6
  • Positive Add a point or two if you love English countryside. Some great bits but it fails the "would I do it again" test for me (and every through walker I met) maybe this feeling fades with time but even with good weather and minimal mud but the long stretches of very pleasant moors and farm lands began to really tire me......fine for a couple of hundred km but boring by the end
  • Negative gates....much is managed land...you are "obliged to navigate 287 gates, 249 timber stiles, 183 stone stiles"....about one every 600m. It is a fine walk but you may benefit from two contrasting walks rather than one long one
  • Blee Août 2016
  • Evaluation 9
  • Positive Beaitful moors, then pastures, and the occasional peak
  • Negative Some bad paths near and north of Hadrian's wall
  • John P Avril 2013
  • Evaluation 7
  • Positive There are some high points such as Hadrian's wall and Malham cove, and it is the classic long distance walk in the UK through some outstanding moors that inspired the Brontes.
  • Negative Rather a lot of bleak, windswept moors, Thankfaully now improved by laying slabs of rock, could do with a bit more variety
  • Henk Nouws Mai 2015
  • Evaluation 9
  • Positive Natural England and the National Parks Authorities put lots of effort in the maintenance of the path, and this yields good results. Lots of birds. Very pretty scenery, like the Yorkshire Dales, Teesdale, Hadrian's Wall, the Cheviots. The trail is a true mental test.
  • Negative Up to you to decide upon this: the path is hard. Accommodation is sparse.
  • pc22 Avril 2008
  • Evaluation 9
  • Positive a very tough walk.....few sign posts..... and often boggy and muddy in bad weather....but its meant t be this way. The elder statesmen of the British long trails. This walk is meant to test you. And its reward is some beautiful scenery across the North of England, some very remote places indeed and a real sense of achievement on arriving at the end. A highlight for me is the tees river.
  • Negative I didn't dislike these things but one should be aware that sign posting is very limited and on some of the remote areas not only is the no signage but in some cases no path to follow either. The weather can often be very poor and visibility low. On Cross fell the winds can be treacherous as a particular wind phenomena called the helm wind exists that can pick up a dog and dump it 100mtrs away.
  • Oranginas, long distance hiking trails Europe Mai 2007
  • Evaluation 8
  • Positive a great variety in moods of the landscape: wild, spacious, rough, green farmer land, the stone walls, the meadows, endless moors, a lot of water, the creeks, centuries of history, the wildlife and the cultural heritage….
  • Negative The (chance of) rain
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Pennine Way

Livres

Stanfords
United Kingdom
2016
  • The Pennine Way: The Path, the People, the Journey
  • This book presents a portrait of the Pennine Way, Britain`s oldest and best known long-distance footpath, tracing its remarkable history through the experiences of walkers past and present. As Andrew McCloy walks the 268-mile route from the Derbyshire Peak District to the Scottish borders, he discovers how the Pennine Way set a benchmark for... Lire la suite
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  • Peak District North Harvey Ultramap XT40
  • The northern part of the Peak District at 1:40,000 on a waterproof and tear-resistant, pocket-size Ultramap from Harvey Map Services with the same cartography as their Superwalker map of this area. Coverage extends from Marsden and Holmbridge in the north to beyond Glossop in the south, and includes the Bottoms / Valehouse / Rhodeswood /... Lire la suite
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  • Peak District Central Harvey Ultramap XT40
  • The central part of the Peak District at 1:40,000 on a waterproof and tear-resistant, pocket-size Ultramap from Harvey Map Services with the same cartography as their Superwalker map of this area. Coverage extends from west of New Mills and Whaley Bridge in the west to Sheffield, and from the Derwent Reservoir in the north to Buxton, and... Lire la suite
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2019
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Netherlands
2019
  • Wandelgids Walking The End to End Trail | Cicerone
  • A practical guidebook for walking from Land's End to John o' Groats. The 1956km (1215 mile) long-distance route, known as the End to End Trail, follows paths and tracks rather than road, and takes to the hills whenever it can. The route is presented in 61 daily stages averaging just less than 32km (20 miles). Lire la suite
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  • Cheviot Hills - Jedburgh & Wooler OS Explorer Map OL16 (paper)
  • The Cheviot Hills on a detailed topographic and GPS compatible map OL16, paper version, from the Ordnance Survey’s 1:25,000 Explorer series. Coverage includes Jedburgh, Woolmer, part of the Northumberland National Park, the peaks of The Cheviot, Corby Pike, Cold Law, Scrathy Holes and Windy Gyle, Catcleugh Reservoir, sections of the Pennine Way... Lire la suite
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  • Yorkshire Dales: 40 Favourite Walks
  • The Yorkshire Dales combine a wild limestone landscape of high rolling moorland gouged by dramatic caves and cascading waterfalls with peaceful farmland carpeted in wildflowers and dotted with ruined abbeys, ancient stone walls and barns, and timeless villages waiting to be discovered.The 40 moderate walks in this collection from award winning... Lire la suite
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Cartes

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  • Haltwhistle and Brampton 1866-1869
  • Map No. 86, Haltwhistle and Brampton 1866-1869, in the Cassini Historical Series of old Ordnance Survey mapping of England and Wales at 1:50,000 in a format designed to offer a convenient comparison with the present day coverage from the OS, and most locations in three different editions. Old historical maps have been combined so that the sheet... Lire la suite
Stanfords
United Kingdom
  • Appleby-in-Westmorland 1925
  • Map No. 91, Appleby-in-Westmorland 1925, in the Cassini Historical Series of old Ordnance Survey mapping of England and Wales at 1:50,000 in a format designed to offer a convenient comparison with the present day coverage from the OS, and most locations in three different editions. Old historical maps have been combined so that the sheet lines... Lire la suite
Stanfords
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  • Pennine Way North A-Z Adventure Atlas
  • The Pennine Way North Adventure Atlas, presenting the northern section of the route between Kirk Yetholm in the Cheviot Hills and Bowes near Barnard Castle on mapping at 1:25,000 in a series of handy A5 size Adventure Atlases from Geographers` A-Z Map Company with cartography from the Ordnance Survey’s Explorer series. Coverage includes a large... Lire la suite
Stanfords
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  • Hexham and Haltwhistle 1863-1869
  • Map No. 87, Hexham and Haltwhistle 1863-1869, in the Cassini Historical Series of old Ordnance Survey mapping of England and Wales at 1:50,000 in a format designed to offer a convenient comparison with the present day coverage from the OS, and most locations in three different editions. Old historical maps have been combined so that the sheet... Lire la suite
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  • Yorkshire Dales West
  • The western part of the Yorkshire Dales on a waterproof and tear-resistant, contoured and GPS compatible map at 1:40,000 from Harvey Map Services showing local right of way paths, long-distance hiking routes, off road cycling routes, etc.Topography is shown by contours at 15m intervals, with spot heights plus colouring and graphics to show... Lire la suite
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  • Barnard Castle and Richmond 1925
  • Map No. 92, Barnard Castle and Richmond 1925, in the Cassini Historical Series of old Ordnance Survey mapping of England and Wales at 1:50,000 in a format designed to offer a convenient comparison with the present day coverage from the OS, and most locations in three different editions. Old historical maps have been combined so that the sheet... Lire la suite
Stanfords
United Kingdom
  • Berwick-upon-Tweed 1926
  • Map No. 75, Berwick-upon-Tweed 1926, in the Cassini Historical Series of old Ordnance Survey mapping of England and Wales at 1:50,000 in a format designed to offer a convenient comparison with the present day coverage from the OS, and most locations in three different editions. Old historical maps have been combined so that the sheet lines... Lire la suite
Stanfords
United Kingdom
  • Appleby-in-Westmorland 1903-1904
  • Map No. 91, Appleby-in-Westmorland 1903-1904, in the Cassini Historical Series of old Ordnance Survey mapping of England and Wales at 1:50,000 in a format designed to offer a convenient comparison with the present day coverage from the OS, and most locations in three different editions. Old historical maps have been combined so that the sheet... Lire la suite
Stanfords
United Kingdom
  • Haltwhistle and Brampton 1925
  • Map No. 86, Haltwhistle and Brampton 1925, in the Cassini Historical Series of old Ordnance Survey mapping of England and Wales at 1:50,000 in a format designed to offer a convenient comparison with the present day coverage from the OS, and most locations in three different editions. Old historical maps have been combined so that the sheet... Lire la suite
Stanfords
United Kingdom
  • Yorkshire Dales Harvey Touring & Planning Map
  • Yorkshire Dales on a road map at 1:100,000 from Harvey Map Services with several enlargements showing main roads across local towns, plus descriptions of interesting locations, advice on public transport, etc. The map shows the Dales region with altitude colouring to indicate the region’s topography. Long-distance trails such as the Dales Way,... Lire la suite
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  • Berwick-upon-Tweed 1901
  • Map No. 75, Berwick-upon-Tweed 1901, in the Cassini Historical Series of old Ordnance Survey mapping of England and Wales at 1:50,000 in a format designed to offer a convenient comparison with the present day coverage from the OS, and most locations in three different editions. Old historical maps have been combined so that the sheet lines... Lire la suite
Stanfords
United Kingdom
  • Peak District North Harvey Superwalker XT25
  • The northern part of the Peak District at 1:25,000 on a light, waterproof and tear-resistant map from Harvey Map Services in their Superwalker series. Coverage extends from Marsden and Holmbridge in the north to beyond Glossop in the south, and includes the Bottoms / Valehouse / Rhodeswood / Torside / Woodhead Reservoirs, Howden / Derwent... Lire la suite
Stanfords
United Kingdom
  • Cheviot Hills and Kielder Water 1901
  • Map No. 80, Cheviot Hills and Kielder Water 1901, in the Cassini Historical Series of old Ordnance Survey mapping of England and Wales at 1:50,000 in a format designed to offer a convenient comparison with the present day coverage from the OS, and most locations in three different editions. Old historical maps have been combined so that the... Lire la suite
Stanfords
United Kingdom
  • Haltwhistle and Brampton 1901-1904
  • Map No. 86, Haltwhistle and Brampton 1901-1904, in the Cassini Historical Series of old Ordnance Survey mapping of England and Wales at 1:50,000 in a format designed to offer a convenient comparison with the present day coverage from the OS, and most locations in three different editions. Old historical maps have been combined so that the sheet... Lire la suite
Stanfords
United Kingdom
  • Peak District - Dark Peak A-Z Adventure Atlas
  • Peak District: Dark Peak Adventure Atlas at 1:25,000 in a series of handy A5 size Adventure Atlases from Geographers` A-Z Map Company with cartography from the Ordnance Survey’s Explorer series. Coverage includes Glossop, Hadfield, Stocksbridge, Chapel-en-le-Frith, Hope, Bamford, New Mills, Castleton, Bradwell, Hayfield, Tintwistle, Greenfield,... Lire la suite
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