These include general information about the trail and a geology and profile leaflet. They can be downloaded here.
Pennine Way - An Introduction
The Pennine Way : 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 in 1965 as Britain’s first National Trail and is today one of the most famous and popular walks in the country. Along the Trail you can see some of the finest lanscape features in upland Britain.
Pennine Way - Profile and Geology Map
This side of the leaflet is intended to give walkers on the Pennine Way National Trail a simple explanation of the rocks they are passing over, and to illustrate how these rocks relate to the landscape you see. The map to the left shows the geology of the area, and the text gives a brief description of how it happened.