The Pennine Way is an English National Trail (although it finishes just across the Scottish border!) that runs the length of the Pennines from Edale to Kirk Yetholm covering 268 miles through the Peak District and Northwards through the Yorkshire Dales and Northumberland National Park towards the Scottish borders.

The route is considered one of the toughest walking routes in the UK and takes most walkers the best part of a week, or longer, to complete in its entirety. That said, it’s not compulsory to do it all in one go and the first sections starting in Edale and on to Kinder provide some very accessible and easily navigated walking in stunning scenery.

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Covid-19 / Coronavirus
Covid-19 / Coronavirus
November 5, 2020
We are now back into "lockdown" from 5th November in England and the government is advising against uneccessary travel. "In general, you must not meet people socially. However, you can ...
Edale Car Park Temporary Closure (Take 2!)
Edale Car Park Temporary Closure (Take 2!)
October 27, 2020
Edale's main car park will be closed for approximately 1 week from Monday 2nd November 2020 for resurfacing works. If the work continues into the weekend of 7th/8th November there will be v...
Road Closure
Road Closure
October 27, 2020
The road between Edale and Hope is closed between 26th and 30th October due to maintenance on the railway bridge crossing the road near Normans Farm. Access to Edale is only possible via M...