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The Old Nag's Head
Breweries are being invited to put forward a proposal to brew an official Pennine Way beer!The Pennine Way is Britain’s oldest National...
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11/01/2017
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High Cup
The Pennine Way needs you!VOLUNTEERS with a passion for the countryside and a sense of place are being sought to help look after a stretch of...
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Paul Rose
We are delighted that the BBC has chosen to cover our wonderful trail with a 2 part series following the journey of adventurer Paul Rose.The...
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Cleveland Way certificate
For 2017 we have launched a brand new certificate for the Cleveland Way.   The certificate is printed in full colour, on to...
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Stoodley Pike, Calderdale
I can still remember vividly first reading the words that Yorkshire Poet Ian McMillan wrote for the celebrations of the Pennine Way’s...
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Google Trekker on Cleveland Hills
360º images now showcase the beauty of the longest trail crossing the North York MoorsIf you were thinking of walking off the Christmas...
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Dave Greenwood
We are delighted to welcome Dave Greenwood as the new Trail Reporter for the Pennine Way. Dave will be writing under the by-line ‘Pennine...
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The National Trust owned sycamore tree in Wall-mile 38 on Hadrian's Wall Path in Northumberland National Park has been voted England's...
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fingerpost in snow
Christmas is nearly upon us, a time when over indulgence can happen all too easily.  Be sure to burn off some calories and enjoy some...
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New gate at Tan Hill
If you have ever grumbled about having to negotiate stiles on the Pennine Way, and you are looking for a lasting and meaningful memorial to a...
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