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Pennine Way Hostel Stamps
Guest blog by Chris Sainty, Author of: The Pennine Way. A Walker’s GuidePlanning your overnight stopping points and accommodation is an...
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Original 1952 NPC signs
Signposts along a footpath are something many walkers will take for granted.  You may hardly notice them unless you happen to reach a point...
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There are 15 National Trails in England and Wales, providing the public with just over 2,500 miles (4,000 km) of high quality access across...
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I have been back for a couple of days now and it feels like the right time to try and write something to remember the last couple of weeks. This...
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Flying Scotsman on Ribblehead viaduct, YDNPA
If you don’t have time to walk the whole trail in one go, you may well be looking at ways of breaking it down into smaller chunks. We...
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God's Bridge, Michael Atkinson
Dear Pennine Chums,So I’m a Pennine Champion, I have the email to prove it. I’ve thoroughly read my instructions and it’s time...
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Edale plaque
An account from Andrew McCloy, author of The Pennine Way: The Path, the People, the Journey.There comes a time when most hillwalkers, faced with...
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God's Bridge to Blackton Reservoir
Great News My Pennine ChumsI’ve been keeping my fingers crossed ever since I told you about my application to become a Pennine Champion....
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View to Great Shunner Fell, Stephen North
Pennine Days – Walking in CloudlandBy Dave GreenwoodDear Pennine PalsThe other day I came across a word I hadn't heard before. A word...
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Daffodils, Dave Greenwood
Pennine Days – High Summer on the Pennine WayDear Pennine Pals,The only sign of spring I have right now, amidst the dullness of these...
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