Pennine Way


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Pennine Way

a long-distance footpath extending from Edale, Derbyshire, for 402 km (250 miles) to Kirk Yetholm, Scottish Borders
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Pennine Light brewed by The Nook Brewhouse in Holmfirth will be launched in Edale, the official start point of the Pennine Way, on June 30.
Sales of the beer will help fund the maintenance of the Pennine Way.
Yet right here on my doorstep is the Pennine Way - a world-class challenge
From the highest pub in England to the Roman excavations at Hadrian's Wall and the red squirrels of Northumberland, Paul Rose discovers the wildlife, geographical features and people that make the Pennine Way so distinctive and challenging.
The intrepid pair are the first blind person and guide dog to have completed the Pennine Way, West Highland Way, Southern Upland Way and Speyside Way.
His article, Wanted: A Long Green Trail, was published in London's Daily Herald in 1935 and called for "a Pennine Way from the Peak to the Cheviots", opening up the moorlands to the public.
The branches represented were Friendship, Pennine Way, Hadrian, Medlock Way, Roman Way and Trentham.
Last year I didn't even know if I would be here never mind walking the Pennine Way," said Mr Opperman, 46.
THE Pennine Way belongs to everyone, but to each walker who starts at Edale and 256 miles later struggles up the last hill to reach Kirk Yetholm it becomes theirs.
He is Pennine Way national trails officer for the Countryside Agency, which manages the route along with local highway authorities and the three national parks through which it passes.
Pennine Ways are staging the auction on December 4, at the Alston House Hotel.
Ravenbridge Mill, Renwick, near Penrith, is available for sale through Pennine Ways at pounds 725,000, tel (01434) 381808.