Pennine Way (South) 2021

The Pennine Way was the first and probably the best known of all the UK National Trails. It's a long one at 268 miles and that's why we decided it was just a bit too much to do in one hit with both of us having full time jobs. So we decided to split it into two sections, a Southern Section from Edale to Middleton-in-Teesdale, which was the one we did first and then a Northern Section from Middleton-in-Teesdale to Kirk Yetholm in Scotland which will be done in a the coming years.

It's quite a tough one, with a lot of wear and tear on your feet and legs with all the hard stone slabs making for fast but often tiring walking.