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The Team
If you meet any of the team whilst you are out on the Pennine Way or Pennine Bridleway this summer do say hello! They will always be interested ...
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Pennine Way souvenir sign
Celebrate your journey along the Pennine Way with the purchase of a souvenir sign.These souvenir signs are made of beautiful English Oak sourced just ...
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Pennine Way finger blade
The Pennine Way - one of the most iconic walks in the world? Grab your piece of Trail history now in the shape of a Pennine Way finger blade!We ...
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Helicopter lifting materials
Over the next few weeks there will be considerable repair works taking place on the Pennine Way over Fountains Fell in the Yorkshire Dales. Works ...
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Anna and Zoe at the finish
Ultrarunner Eoin Keith stormed to victory in the 268 mile 2016 Montane Spine Race, the event dubbed Britain’s most ...
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Completing the 108 mile Spine Challenger race along the Pennine Way this weekend in 29 hours and 25 minutes, Tom Hollins won the race and beat last ...
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Waterfall over Malham Cove
After heavy and persistent rainfall a waterfall was seen flowing over Malham Cove on Sunday 6th December 2015 for the first time since the 1700s. ...
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Flagged path on The Cheviot
The Pennine Way is the oldest and probably the toughest of the National Trails. It offers life-changing opportunities to explore the wild and ...
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Walking the border ridge
You can now walk the Pennine Way from the comfort of your armchair thanks to Google Street View!Northumberland National Park staff and volunteers ...
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Malham Cove is one of the locations accessible to all
There are many ways to explore the Pennine Way, from a 19 day challenge, a fortnight's holiday, a strenuous day walk or a gentle amble. Walking ...
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