Pennine Way

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Pennine Way

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Sunset, end of Pennine Way - PEN00180
Sunset near Kirk Yetholm and nothern end of Pennine Way

End of Pennine Way - PEN00179
Edale is at the southern end of the iconic Pennine Way, stretching for 268 miles (435km) across England’s wild northern uplands.

The route follows England’s rocky spine from the hills of the Derbyshire Peak District and the Yorkshire Dales,…

Border Hotel, Kirk Yetholm - PEN00178
This traditional stone hotel on the village green is 8 miles from 12th-century Kelso Abbey, and 10 miles from both the Kelso Races and Floors Castle.

Near end of Pennine Way (north) - PEN00177
Edale is at the southern end of the iconic Pennine Way, stretching for 268 miles (435km) across England’s wild northern uplands.

The route follows England’s rocky spine from the hills of the Derbyshire Peak District and the Yorkshire Dales,…

Chickens, near Kirk Yetholm - PEN00176
Kirk Yetholm, which marks the northern end of the Pennine Way, is a village in the Scottish Borders region of Scotland, 8 miles southeast of Kelso and less than 1 mile west of the border. The first mention is of its church in the 13th century. Its…

Near Kirk Yetholm, Pennine Way - PEN00175
Yetholm is a village straddling the Bowmont River on the edge of the Cheviot Hills, close to the English Border. It consists of two small villages - Town Yetholm and Kirk Yetholm. Yetholm is famed for being the home to the kings and queens of the…

Kirk Yetholm, Pennine Way - PEN00174
Kirk Yetholm, which marks the northern end of the Pennine Way, is a village in the Scottish Borders region of Scotland, 8 miles southeast of Kelso and less than 1 mile west of the border. The first mention is of its church in the 13th century. Its…

Cheviot, Northumberland - PEN00173
The Cheviot is an extinct volcano and the highest summit in the Cheviot Hills and in the county of Northumberland. Located in the extreme north of England, it is 1+1⁄4 miles from the Scottish border and is the last major peak on the Pennine Way, if…

Cheviot, Northumberland - PEN00172
The Cheviot is an extinct volcano and the highest summit in the Cheviot Hills and in the county of Northumberland. Located in the extreme north of England, it is 1+1⁄4 miles from the Scottish border and is the last major peak on the Pennine Way, if…

Scottish border Pennine Way - PEN00171
The Pennine Way is a National Trail in England, with a small section in Scotland. The trail stretches for 268 miles (431 km)[1] from Edale, in the northern Derbyshire Peak District, north through the Yorkshire Dales and Northumberland National Park…

Cheviot Valley, Northumberland - PEN00170
The Cheviots are a range of rolling hills straddling the Anglo-Scottish border between Northumberland and the Scottish Borders.

Raven's Knowe - PEN00169
Ravens Knowe is a summit in the The Cheviots region or range in England. Ravens Knowe is 527 metres high. All the walking routes up Ravens Knowe on Mud and Routes can be found below. The top can be identified by the large cairn.

View of Scotland, Pennine Way - PEN00168
The Pennine Way is a National Trail in England, with a small section in Scotland. The trail stretches for 268 miles (431 km)[1] from Edale, in the northern Derbyshire Peak District, north through the Yorkshire Dales and Northumberland National Park…

Catcleugh Reservoir, Northumberland - PEN00167
Catcleugh Reservoir is a reservoir in Northumberland, England adjacent to the A68 road; just north of Byrness; and to the south of the border with Scotland.

Byrness Hotel, Northumberland - PEN00166
Byrness is a village within Rochester civil parish in Northumberland, England. It is approximately 37 miles north-west of Newcastle upon Tyne on the A68, and is the last village in England before the A68 climbs the Cheviot Hills to cross Carter Bar…

Redesdale Forest, Northumberland - PEN00165
Remote Redesdale is tucked away in the heart of Northumberland National Park, where wildlife thrives, the stone village of Elsdon sits peacefully and Roman Ruins are waiting to be discovered.

Redesdale Forest, Northumberland - PEN00164
Remote Redesdale is tucked away in the heart of Northumberland National Park, where wildlife thrives, the stone village of Elsdon sits peacefully and Roman Ruins are waiting to be discovered.

Redesdale Forest, Northumberland - PEN00163
Remote Redesdale is tucked away in the heart of Northumberland National Park, where wildlife thrives, the stone village of Elsdon sits peacefully and Roman Ruins are waiting to be discovered.

Near Gib Shiel, Northumberland - PEN00162
Meadows flushed with fauna, an enchanting forest, trickling streams and a tranquil valley characterise Redesdale, which is tucked away in Northumberland National Park and covers almost a quarter of it.

Bellingham Youth Hostel - PEN00161
Bellingham is a village in Northumberland, to the north-west of Newcastle upon Tyne and is situated on the Hareshaw Burn at its confluence with the River North Tyne.

Northumberland Nature Reserve - PEN00157
Northumberland National Park Authority is a conservation organisation. National Park status is the highest form of landscape protection in the UK. Of the 11 National Parks in England and Wales, Northumberland is the most northerly, most remote from…

Wark Forest, Northumberland - PEN00156
Wark Forest is the name of the southern part of Kielder Forest in Northumberland England. Wark Forest is found within the south-west tip of Northumberland National Park. It is near the village of Wark on Tyne to the south.

Wark Forest, Northumberland - PEN00155
Wark Forest is the name of the southern part of Kielder Forest in Northumberland England. Wark Forest is found within the south-west tip of Northumberland National Park. It is near the village of Wark on Tyne to the south.

Hadrian's Wall (looking North) - PEN00154
Hadrian's Wall marked the boundary between Roman Britannia and unconquered Caledonia to the north.

Housesteads Hadrian's Wall - PEN00153
Housesteads Roman Fort is the remains of an auxiliary fort on Hadrian's Wall, at Housesteads, Northumberland, England, south of Broomlee Lough. The fort was built in stone around AD 124, soon after the construction of the wall began in AD 122 when…
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