Travel along the complete route of the Pennine Way, England's most important long-distance walk, known as the 'father' of England's great trails, along the Pennines, called the UK's backbone.
Explore the landscapes of the Highlands from Edale, a village created from shepherd's shelters, to the village of Kirk Yetholm on the Scottish borders, while discovering the landscapes that inspired writers such as sisters Bronte and William Wordsworth.
Cross, on this route that was opened to the public in 1965 and inspired by the Appalachian Trail in the United States, the magnificent natural, historical and geological scenery of The Peak District National Park, Yorkshire Dale National Park and Northumberland National Park.
- Take one of Britain's longest and most difficult trails, according to "The Ramblers" magazine.
- Admire the limestone Swaledale Valley in Yorkshire.
- Venture to the top of the Kinder Scout Plateau, declared a national nature reserve.
- Stroll through the inspiring landscapes of the Brontes, one of the most notable families in English literature.
- Admire Ribblehead Viaduct, which has appeared in films such as No Blade of Grass and Sightseers.
- Visit the Tan Hill Inn, the highest-located accommodation in the British Isles.