The Pennine Way is a 250 mile long distance footpath which starts at Edale in the Derbyshire Peak District and ends up at Kirk Yetholm in Scotland. Along the way Britain's longest public access footpath takes in some of the sights of the Peak District, Bronte Country, the Yorkshire Dales, and the Northern Dales.
Entering the Northern Dales in Teesdale at the northern end of the Yorkshire Dales region, the Pennine Way takes in High Cup Nick, Dufton, Alston and the wild fells of the Northern Pennines before crossing Hadrian's Wall and on to the finishing point at Kirk Yetholm just over the border in Scotland.
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