The Pennine Way


The Pennine Way in northern England. Where to go, what to see, and where to stay on the Pennine Way.

 

 

 


 

The Pennine Way stretches from Edale, Derbyshire in the South to Kirk Yetholm, Scottish Borders in the North. The Pennine Way National Trail has 268 miles of trail through the Peak District National Park, along the Pennine ridge, through the Yorkshire Dales and north eastern Cumbria,  across Hadrian's Wall and into Northumberland, before reaching the Cheviot Hills and the Scottish Borders. Today the Pennine Way is one of the most famous and popular walks in the country and was designated by the Countryside Agency in 1965 as Britain's first National Trail. We offer accommodation along the Way in several towns and villages, all with instant online confirmed booking facilities.

Click on the towns for more information, distances, and places of interest in the town or village :
Alston, Clapham, Haworth, Otterburn, Settle, and Skipton >>

Or click on the list of towns below to find accommodation near the Pennine Way :
Alston, Clapham, Haworth, Otterburn, Settle, and Skipton

See also South Downs Way >> See also Pennine Way >> See also Hadrian's Wall Walk >>

 
Accommodation and hotels on the Pennine Way

 

 
Tourist Places in England