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Edale Plaque
There comes a time when most hillwalkers, faced with day-long horizontal rain or impenetrable grey mist, ask themselves the question: “Why am ...
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09/02/2017
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The first National Trail newsletter of 2017 is out - and it offers the opportunity to win a fabulous holiday in the Yorkshire Dales. If you have ...
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18/01/2017
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High Force
In this edition of 'Pennine Days' Dave Greenwood, Trail Reporter, writes about the opportunity to become a Champion of the Pennine Way. ...
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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 Trail ...
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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 one ...
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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 40th ...
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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 Days’, ...
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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 loved ...
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Pennine Way start plaque
There are currently three events planned on the Pennine Way in 2017.The Spine Race & Challenger from 15th - 22nd January, from Edale to Kirk ...
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Pennine Way Ranger with certificate
Commemorate the walk of a lifetime!Walking 268 miles across moors and bogs along Britain’s toughest and oldest National Trail – and  climbing ...
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