Along the backbone of England. Fact File Length: 412km Start: Edale, Derbyshire Finish: Kirk Yetholm, Scotland Terrain: Moorlands and steep sided dales, peat soils can be boggy. Attractions: Challenging trail, wild and spectacular scenery. Rail and bus links to start and finish. - From the Countryside Agency

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Pennine Way
Official guide to the walk from Edale in Derbyshire, through three National Parks finishing at Kirk Yetholm in Scotland. Includes mapping, news and FAQ.
The Pennine Way - Derbyshire Section
The Derbyshire section of this long-distance which travels from Derbyshire to the Scottish Border, and was first mooted by the late Tom Stephenson, Secretary of the Ramblers Association, in 1935.
Pennine Way Walk
A practical guide to walking the route based on a personal experience from August 2003. Includes route description with a journal and maps.
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