- Trail distance is 254 miles / 408 kms
- There are 38606 feet / 11767 metres to climb
- Typically it takes 15-19 days to walk the trail
- Challenges /
- Pennine Way
- Teams allowed, all team members complete the distance
- Permitted activities: walking, jogging, aerobic exercise
- There are no time restrictions to complete the challenge
The Pennine Way National Trail is a long distance footpath along the spine of England from the Peak District National Park to the Scottish Borders. When it opened in 1965 the Pennine Way was England's first National Trail and it remains the most iconic. It starts in the pretty village of Edale at the foot of Kinder Scout and Edale Moor and passes north through the Peak District, Yorkshire Dales and the North Pennines before crossing Hadrian's Wall and the wild Northumberland Cheviot Hills beyond, ending in the Scottish village of Kirk Yetholm. Completing the trail is a fantastic achievement and you will be rewarded with some of the finest upland walking that England has to offer.
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