Pennine Bridleway Information
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Designed specifically for equestrians and mountain bikers the Pennine Bridleway runs for 205 miles (330 km) through the dramatic Pennine hills from Derbyshire to Cumbria. Following old lanes, pack horse routes and drover’s roads, it provides a real sense of stepping back in time. It is the perfect way to explore the varied landscapes and industrial archaeology of the Pennines.
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Frequently asked questions about the Pennine Bridleway
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There are some great circular rides and walks to enjoy along the Pennine Bridleway, giving you the opportunity to experience the wonders of the Trail over shorter distances. Find the perfect ride or walk for you in the Further Information section.
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