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Pennine Way

Pennine Way, Gargrave, UK

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6-10 Day Treks

About Pennine Way

The Pennine Way was the first National Trail in England and is one of the UK's most famous long-distance walks. It starts at Edale in the Peak District and ends at Kirk Yetholm in the Borders, just inside Scotland. The highest point reached by the standard route is 893m at the summit of Cross Fell. Trekkers completing the whole Pennine Way take typically three weeks. The route also lends itself to shorter trips.



Attractions near Pennine Way

Skipton Castle6.31km from Pennine Way

Skipton Castle is one of the most complete and best-preserved medieval castles in England and is well worth a visit at any season of the year. Further major upgrades were made in the early fourteenth century when the castle passed into the hands of the Clifford family who, apart from a short period during the Wars of the Roses, owned it for almost 350 years. You may relax on the peaceful Chapel Terrace with its fine views over the town and woods, and enjoy traditional fare in the Clifford Tea-ro

Janet's Foss9.4km from Pennine Way

Janet's Foss is a popular waterfall and beauty spot on the southern edge of Yorkshire. The waterfall is at the top of the woods with a short rocky climb required to reach the road on Gordale Lane. The waterfall itself features Tufa deposits forming on the rocks behind the waterfall.  It is also a b beautiful location for family swims and celebrations.

Gordale Scar10.06km from Pennine Way

Gordale Scar is a limestone ravine 1 mile northeast of Malham, North Yorkshire, England. It contains two waterfalls and has overhanging limestone cliffs over 330 feet high. The gorge could have been formed by water from melting glaciers or a cavern collapse. The stream flowing through the scar is Gordale Beck, which on leaving the gorge flows over Janet's Foss before joining Malham Beck 2 miles downstream to form the River Aire.  A right of way leads up the gorge, but requires climbing approxima

Malham Cove10.54km from Pennine Way

Malham Cove is a huge curving amphitheatre-shaped cliff formation of limestone rock.It was formed by a waterfall carrying meltwater from glaciers at the end of the last Ice Age more than 12,000 years ago. Today it is a well-known beauty spot within the Yorkshire Dales National Park Formed along the line of the Middle Craven Fault, it has been eroded backward from the line of the fault by the action of water and ice over millions of years. The limestone pavement at the top is a superb example of

Hesketh Farm Park12.84km from Pennine Way

Hesketh Farm is still a working farm with over 1,000 livestock including cattle, sheep and pigs. It is an idyllic park, with around 10 acres of greenery overlooking the Yorkshire hills and the Embsay and Bolton Abbey Steam train whistling by in the valley below. The majority of the Farm Park is accessible for all, with wide, flat areas undercover in our two barns and many accessible areas outside.

Embsay & Bolton Abbey Steam Railway12.99km from Pennine Way

Embsay & Bolton Abbey Steam Railway runs 4 miles between the award winning station at Bolton Abbey and Embsay station built in 1888. Most trains are hauled by magnificently restored steam tank engines, the oldest one dating back to 1908. Steam trains run every Sunday throughout the year and up to 7 days a week in summer.

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Durham is a cathedral city and the county town of County Durham in North East England. The city lies on the River Wear, to the southwest of Sunderland, south of Newcastle upon Tyne, and to the north of Darlington. Founded over the final resting place of St Cuthbert, its Norman cathedral became a center of pilgrimage in medieval England.