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25% OFF  ·  All printed guidebooks until 19th December 2017

Pennines books autumn 2016

Explore the Pennines with Cicerone, and get 20% discount!

Just use the code PWW6 at the checkout 

Offer ends 16 October 2016

Read the story of Britain's first National Trail:

The Pennine Way - The Path, the People, the Journey

A personal, thoughtful and often humorous story about our enduring relationship with a simple path, and why a demanding walking trail through the hills of northern England has been inspiring and tormenting walkers for over 50 years. 

Andrew McCloy walked the Pennine Way during its 50th year, and this book weaves together stories of the history and the people whose lives are touched by this great path.

Andrew McCloy has given us two excerpts from the book to use on Cicerone Extra, concentrating on the history of the Way and the 'experience' of walking the path.


Choose from a wide selection of guidebooks to the Pennines and surrounding area

The Pennine Way – guidebook
A new edition of this popular guide, complete with OS 1:25,000 map booklet will be available from mid March 2017

Hadrians Wall Path

The Coast to Coast
A new edition of this guide, complete with OS 1:25,000 map booklet will be available from mid January 2017

Great Mountain Days in the Pennines

Walking in the North Pennines

The Yorkshire Dales: North and East

The Yorkshire Dales: South and West

The Dales Way

Walking in County Durham

The Reivers Way

The Teesdale Way

Walking in Northumberland

Walking in Cumbria's Eden Valley

The West Pennine Moors

Cycling/MTB The Pennine Bridleway

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