Pennine Way

Circular Low Level Edale Walk

Circular Low Level Edale Walk

This is an easy circular walk from the National Trust that starts from the Edale railway station in the Peak District. Following the Pennine Way from the train station, this easy walk takes you along the Edale valley to Upper Booth. It’s then a short descent to Barber Booth before a return along the valley, …

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Teesdale Three Reservoirs Walk

Another taster route on the Pennine Way, this time up in Baldersdale along the three man made reservoirs. The route starts off along the Pennine Way, with the half-way point of the route roughly here, and up onto Cotherstone Moor. It then leaves the Pennine Way behind to walk along Hury and Blackton Reservoirs, before …

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A Garrigill Round on the Pennine Way

This steady route follows the Pennine Way from the village of Garrigill as far as Alston in the North Pennine AONB, returning along the opposite bank. Click here to download the route in a new window, with the walk homepage here (external site). © Copyright Andrew Smith and licensed for reuse under this Creative Commons Licence

Knock Fell North Pennine Walk

This route sets off on the Dun Fell Radar Station access road, which at a summit of 848m is the highest metalled road in England, and provides steady progress until the Pennine ridge is reached. You then return over Knock Fell on the Pennine Way which almost brings you back to the start. It’s only a …

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Kinder Scout Moorland Edge Walk

This route from Edale follows the Pennine Way initially as far as Edale Cross, before following the good path along the edge of the Kinder Plateau. It then descends to Edale via Grindsbrook Clough. The rock sculptures, such as the Wool Packs, are a particular feature of this route, and can be quite unnerving in …

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A Ramble on Malham Moor

A short walk from Malham Tarn in the Yorkshire Dales. up along the Pennine Way and back along limestone pavements on Chapel Fell to the start. The return section is off path and will need navigational skills. Click here to view the full description and download the route in a new window (external site) – with the route page …

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