There are a range of guide books and maps to help you make the most of your walk.
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.
The Pennine Way - South and North
Published by: Footprint Maps (2005)
ISBN: 1 871149 66 5 & 87114965 7
Published by: Memory Map (2004)
OS 1:25,000 scale mapping and aerial photographs covering the Pennine Way (430Km) from Memory Map.
Also includes: 1:250,000 GB Road Map; Search and Display Index of 250,000 place names and features; Memory-Map software for route planning, printing, GPS programming an positioning.
Pennine Way South, Central & North
Published by: Harveys Maps (2005)
A series of three detailed waterproof maps of the Pennine Way from Harveys Maps
, each map covering around a weeks walking which starts and ends at villages served by public transport.