There are a range of guide books and maps to help you make the most of your walk.
Published by: Aurum Press (2012)
The Official Guide for the Pennine Way with OS mapping throughout and 300 GPS references. Includes:
OS mapping for the entire route, plus around 300 GPS references.
Detailed route descriptions to guide you safely along.
Background information on everything from archaeology and history to wild flowers and wildlife.
Practical advice on transport, equipment, accomodation and more.
Lavishly illustrated with colour photography throughout.
The Pennine Way
Published by: Cicerone (2010)
The Third edition of Paddy Dillons guide to the way produced by Cicerone
. Full OS Mapping and in a PVC cover.
Published by: Trailblazer (2011)
Circular Walks on the Pennine Way
Published by: Frances Lincoln (2006)
The Pennine Way is Britainís longest, most popular and most renowned long-distance path. Circular Walks along the Pennine Way is the first book to make it available to day walkers. The fifty circular walks along and around the entire length of the Pennine Way can all be done in a day; all of them finish where they started. The walks encompass many important features missed by the official route, so they provide an in-depth experience of the landscape and heritage of the Pennines.