The Pennine Way is one of the most famous pathways in the world. It stretches over 265 miles (424 km) from the rolling countryside of Edale in Derbyshire, across the Yorkshire moors, along part of Hadrian's Wall, to Kirk Yetholm in Scotland.
This book transforms a hard trudge into a glorious voyage of discovery, giving local histories, explanations of geology, and tips on where to eat on the way. The book is structured as a detailed guide to safely walking the Pennine way in 19 days. With its explicit notes on such spots as Bronte country, Great Shunner Fell, Langdon Beck, the Border Forests, and the Cheviot Hills, the book also serves as a local guide to shorter walks.
Lavishly illustrated with over 70 specially commissioned colour photographs, detailed line drawings and maps, this book is a catalogue of the beauty and mystery of this great walkway. Such are the insights it offers, it will appeal to both the experienced trekker and the armchair traveller alike.
Excellent pages, minor wear to edges and cover