Once in a Lifetime
Originally the inspiration of walker and writer Tom Stephenson in an article published in 1935 in the Daily Herald titled 'Wanted: A Long Green Trail', the Pennine Way was designated by the Countryside Agency in 1965 as Britain's first National Trail.
Today the Pennine Way is one of the most famous and popular walks in the country
To many the Pennine Way is much more than a walk, it is part of the history of access to the hills in England, and walking the Pennine Way makes you part of that story.
In recognition of the achievement of completing the Pennine Way order a free completion certificate.