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Feature · 6 Sep 2020

The Pennine Way: is it really a slog through bog?

Having discovered the Pennine Way from a signpost pointing towards a desolate landscape and then being warned that the walk was a slog, Tarjei Næss Skrede set out on England’s...

High Force on the beautiful River Tees (Day 4 - day 11 & 12 in the guide).

Feature · 1 Aug 2018

Five days on the Pennine Way: Completing the trail 63 years after beginning it

Tony Howard’s boyhood ambition to walk the Pennine Way was finally realised this summer when the good weather inspired him to finish what he’d started 63 years ago.

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Feature · 7 Nov 2016

Taming the Pennine Way's notorious bogs: how a trail was re-born

Within 20 years of opening, the popularity of Britain's first long distance path was such that the Pennines' fragile peat surfaces were suffering serious erosion. As walkers tried...

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Feature · 2 Oct 2016

The Pennine Way 'experience' – why do we do it?

To celebrate the launch of 'The Pennine Way - the Path, the People, the Journey', we have another wonderful extract from Andrew McCloy's new book. We hear about some of the tales...

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Feature · 5 Sep 2016

The Pennine Way's 30-year fight for access to England's northern hills

To celebrate the launch of The Pennine Way - the Path, the People, the Journey, We have an exciting series of extracts from Andrew McCloys fascinating book about the Pennine Way...

Skiddaw House on the Cumbria Way

Feature · 8 Feb 2016

Accommodation along the Cumbria Way

Walking the Cumbria Way route through the Lake District from Ulverston to Carlisle.

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Feature · 6 Aug 2015

Hadrian’s Coast – Beyond the National Trail

As the third edition of his guide to the Hadrian’s Wall Path comes out, complete with Cicerone’s first 1:25K National Trail mapping booklet, author Mark Richards reflects on...

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Feature · 14 Apr 2015

The Cumbria High Way

The delightful Cumbria Way through the idyllic English Lake District is well known and well loved. Here John Gillham explains the inspiration behind the alternative, rather more challenging, version included in his guidebook to this classic route.