Walking England’s famous Pennine Way is one of the great hiking adventures that most hikers are actually able to do. Although a little challenging in places, the 268 mile trail can be divided easily into manageable sections, making it appealing to those who want to walk it in stages. The trail stretches from Edale in Derbyshire to the Scottish border and was opened in 1965. It’s become Britain’s most well known and most popular long distance trail, if not the longest, and walking the entire length means navigating 287 gates, over 200 bridges and almost 190 stone stiles. The Pennine Way passes through three National Parks as well as by Hadrian’s Wall, constructed around AD 122. Other highlights of walking the trail include the picturesque town of Hebden Bridge, the huge curving limestone wall at Malham Cove and some of the best scenery in the UK.
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