Pennine Way Map BookletPennine Way Map Booklet



Britains oldest, toughest and best-known long-distance footpath, the Pennine Way stretches 427km (266 miles) from Edale in Derbyshire to Kirk Yetholm in the Scottish Borders.

Author: Paddy Dillon

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ISBN: 185284907X

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Map of the 270 miles (435km) Pennine Way National Trail, between Edale in the Peak District and Kirk Yetholm in the Scottish Borders. This booklet is included with the Cicerone guidebook to the trail, and shows the full route on Ordnance Survey 1:25,000 maps. This popular long-distance route typically takes three weeks to complete.

The Pennine WayThe Pennine Way



Paddy Dillon is a prolific outdoor writer with over 60 guidebooks to his name, as well as more than a dozen booklets and brochures.

Author: Paddy Dillon

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ISBN: 1852849061

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Page: 224

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Paddy Dillon is a prolific outdoor writer with over 60 guidebooks to his name, as well as more than a dozen booklets and brochures. He writes for a number of outdoor magazines and other publications, and produces material for tourism groups and other organisations. He lives near the Lake District and has walked in every county in England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales; writing about walks in every one of them. He has led guided walks and walked extensively in Europe, as well as in Nepal, Tibet, Africa and the Rocky Mountains of Canada and the US.

Pennine Way South A Z Adventure AtlasPennine Way South A Z Adventure Atlas



The A-Z Adventure series features the accuracy and quality of the 1:25000 OS mapping in a convenient book, complete with index.The A-Z Adventure series is an innovative concept that utilises Ordnance Survey 1:25000 mapping in a book, ...

Author: A-Z Map Company Staff

Publisher: Adventure Atlases

ISBN: 1782571620

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Page: 64

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The A-Z Adventure series features the accuracy and quality of the 1:25000 OS mapping in a convenient book, complete with index.The A-Z Adventure series is an innovative concept that utilises Ordnance Survey 1:25000 mapping in a book, therefore eliminating the need to fold and re-fold a large sheet map to the desired area. OS 1:25000 is Ordnance Survey's most detailed mapping, showing public rights of way, open access land, national parks, tourist information, car parks, public houses and camping and caravan sites.Unlike the original OS sheets, this A-Z Adventure Atlas includes a comprehensive index to towns, villages, hamlets and locations, natural features, nature reserves, car parks and youth hostels, making it quick and easy to use. Each index entry has a page reference and a six figure National Grid Reference. At a book size of 240mm x 134mm it is the same size as the standard OS folded map.The Pennine Way is a National Trail which runs along The Pennines and links the Peak District National Park with the Cheviot Hills. Starting in Edale, Derbyshire, the walk covers 419km (261 miles) and passes through the Yorkshire Dales, over Hadrian's Wall and through the Northumberland National Park to finish in Kirk Yetholm, just inside the Scottish Borders. Due to its length, this National Trail has been split into two atlases: A-Z Adventure Atlas Pennine Way (North) and A-Z Adventure Atlas Pennine Way (South), together these atlases cover the entire Pennine Way.This A-Z Adventure Atlas of the Pennine Way (South) features the southern half of the Pennine Way, covering the route from Edale, Derbyshire, to Bowes in the North Pennines, 207km (129 miles) of the total route. This Atlas features 44 pages of continuous Ordnance Survey mapping providing coverage of the southern section of the Pennine Way. This atlas includes a route planner providing the distances between places and the amenities available, featuring: -Information Centres-Hotels/B&Bs-Youth Hostels-Campsites (seasonal opening)-Restaurants-Public Houses-Cafes (seasonal opening)-Shops-Petrol StationsAlso featured is advice on safety and security when walking, details of Tourist Information Centres and a selection of QR codes linked to useful websites.This A-Z Adventure Atlas has the accuracy and quality of OS 1:25000 mapping indexed within a book, making it the perfect companion for walkers, off-road cyclists, horse riders and anyone wishing to explore the great outdoors.Also available: A-Z Adventure Atlas of the Pennine Way (North).

Pennine WayPennine Way



The Pennine Way is Britain' s toughest long-distance path, running 268 miles from Derbyshire' s Peak District up through the Yorkshire Dales, Cumbria and Northumberland into the Scottish Borders.

Author: Damian Hall

Publisher: Aurum Press Limited

ISBN: 1781315655

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Page: 192

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To replace its previous two-volume guide to the Pennine Way, Aurum now publishes an entirely new one-volume guide for the 21st-century walker. The Pennine Way is Britain’s toughest long-distance path, running 268 miles from Derbyshire’s Peak District up through the Yorkshire Dales, Cumbria and Northumberland into the Scottish Borders. Until now, Aurum’s Trail Guide has covered it in two volumes, where our competitors publish one, and those volumes have been bulked out with circular day walks which no-one essaying the arduous task of walking even a stretch of the Path will realistically want to divert to do. Now, Damian Hall, one of Country Walking’s senior contributors, has written a completely new guide, giving all the information the modern walker requires: GPS references, gradients of each section, public transport links, extensive details of the wildlife and flora to be seen along the way, and a guide for occasional walkers to the real highlight stretches of the path.

Pennine WalkiesPennine Walkies



Mark Wallington's New Boogie, like New Labour, appears a much trendier and more wholesome incarnation -until, that is, Mark gets him on the Pennine Way. This is the big one in every sense.

Author: Mark Wallington

Publisher: Random House

ISBN: 9781448183784

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Page: 240

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The original Boogie, reluctant hero of the South West Peninsular Path, was the Mongrel from hell. Mark Wallington's New Boogie, like New Labour, appears a much trendier and more wholesome incarnation -until, that is, Mark gets him on the Pennine Way. This is the big one in every sense. Clearly Boogie will do fine -but will Mark be up to the task?

The Pennine Way the Path the People the JourneyThe Pennine Way the Path the People the Journey



This book presents a portrait of the Pennine Way, Britain's oldest and best known long-distance footpath, tracing its remarkable history through the experiences of walkers past and present.

Author: Andrew McCloy

Publisher: Cicerone Press Limited

ISBN: 9781783623952

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Page: 240

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This book presents a portrait of the Pennine Way, Britain's oldest and best known long-distance footpath, tracing its remarkable history through the experiences of walkers past and present. As Andrew McCloy walks the 268-mile route from the Derbyshire Peak District to the Scottish borders, he discovers how the Pennine Way set a benchmark for personal challenge and adventure and how reconnecting with wild places and the unhurried rhythm of the long walk continue to provide a much-needed antidote to our busy modern age. The resilience of the long distance walker is mirrored in the path's fascinating history: the initial struggle for access, battles to tame the bogs, later challenges of path erosion and the fluctuating circumstances of the rural hostel. Above all else however this is a book about Pennine Way people - from crusading ramblers to resourceful B&B landladies, hard working rangers to fanatical trail walkers. Their conversations and memories are woven into the narrative to give an account of the changing fortunes of the path and its special significance. Personal, thoughtful and often humorous, The Pennine Way - the Path, the People, the Journey is an exploration of our desire for challenge and adventure, the stimulation of wild places and how a long journey on foot through our own country still resonates today. It will appeal to people who have walked or are preparing to walk the Pennine Way, as well as to those with an interest in the history and legacy of this iconic path.

PENNINE WAYPENNINE WAY



These are also downloadable from the Trailblazer website.- Includes extra colour sections: 16pp colour introduction and 16pp of colour mapping for stage sections (one stage per page) with trail profiles.

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ISBN: 191271602X

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Pennine Way North A Z Adventure AtlasPennine Way North A Z Adventure Atlas



The A-Z Adventure series features the accuracy and quality of the OS 1:25000 mapping in a convenient book, complete with index.The A-Z Adventure series is an innovative concept that utilises Ordnance Survey Explorer mapping in a book, ...

Author: A-Z Map Company Staff

Publisher: Adventure Atlases

ISBN: 1782571647

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Page: 68

View: 518

The A-Z Adventure series features the accuracy and quality of the OS 1:25000 mapping in a convenient book, complete with index.The A-Z Adventure series is an innovative concept that utilises Ordnance Survey Explorer mapping in a book, therefore eliminating the need to fold and re-fold a large sheet map to the desired area. OS 1:25000 is Ordnance Survey's most detailed mapping, showing public rights of way, open access land, national parks, tourist information, car parks, public houses and camping and caravan sites.Unlike the original OS sheets, this A-Z Adventure Atlas includes a comprehensive index to towns, villages, hamlets and locations, natural features, nature reserves, car parks and youth hostels, making it quick and easy to use. Each index entry has a page reference and a six figure National Grid Reference. At a book size of 240mm x 134mm it is the same size as the standard folded OS map.The Pennine Way is a National Trail which runs along The Pennines and links the Peak District National Park with the Cheviot Hills. Starting in Edale, Derbyshire, the walk covers 431km (268 miles) and passes through the Yorkshire Dales, over Hadrian's Wall and through the Northumberland National Park to finish in Kirk Yetholm, just inside the Scottish Borders. Due to its length, this National Trail has been split into two atlases: A-Z Adventure Atlas Pennine Way (North) and A-Z Adventure Atlas Pennine Way (South), together these atlases cover the entire Pennine Way.This A-Z Adventure Atlas of the Pennine Way (North) features the northern half of the Pennine Way, covering the route from Kirk Yetholm, in the Scottish Borders, to Bowes in the North Pennines, 212km (132 miles) of the total route. This Atlas features 50 pages of continuous Ordnance Survey mapping providing coverage of the northern section of the Pennine Way. This atlas includes a route planner providing the distances between places and the amenities available, featuring: -Information Centres-Hotels/B&Bs-Youth Hostels-Campsites (seasonal opening)-Restaurants-Public Houses-Cafes (seasonal opening)-Shops-Petrol StationsAlso featured is advice on safety and security when walking, details of Tourist Information Centres and a selection of QR codes linked to useful websites.This A-Z Adventure Atlas has the accuracy and quality of OS 1:25000 mapping indexed within a book, making it the perfect companion for walkers, off-road cyclists, horse riders and anyone wishing to explore the great outdoors.Also available: A-Z Adventure Atlas of the Pennine Way (South).

The Pennine WayThe Pennine Way



The Pennine Way - the Path, the People, the Journey, by Andrew McCloy, published by Cicerone. An entertaining read about how the Pennine Way came into being ...

Author: Paddy Dillon

Publisher: Cicerone Press Limited

ISBN: 9781783624768

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Page: 240

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The Pennine Way is Britain's oldest, toughest long-distance footpath - and arguably its most iconic. Now a National Trail, the 427km (2651⁄2 mile) route from Edale in Derbyshire to Kirk Yetholm in the Scottish Borders offers wayfarers the opportunity to immerse themselves in wild beauty of the North. The Pennines boast rolling hills, sweeping moorland and wide glacial valleys, and the Pennine Way has come to embody personal challenge and adventure. This guidebook presents the route in 20 daily stages of 10.5-31.5km (61⁄2-191⁄2 miles). Step-by-step route description is accompanied by 1:100,000 mapping and information about points of interest along the way, as well as advice on facilities and planning your trip, tips for walking the route and an alternative 15-day itinerary. Useful contacts and full accommodation listings can be found in the appendices. In addition, the guide includes a pocket-sized map booklet containing all the OS 1:25,000 mapping needed to complete the trail, saving the need to carry numerous map sheets. The Pennine Way crosses three National Parks - the Peak District, Yorkshire Dales and Northumberland National Park - and other highlights include Cross Fell, the highest point in England outside of the Lake District; the Cheviot Hills; Kinder Scout; the limestone cliffs of Malham Cove; the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the awe-inspiring UNESCO World Heritage Site of Hadrian's Wall. Overnight options range from camping to a mixture of hostels and B&Bs and there is great camaraderie amongst wayfarers. With a wealth of information to help you get the most from your trip, Paddy Dillon's guide is an ideal companion to discovering this classic trail.

Circular Walks Along the Pennine WayCircular Walks Along the Pennine Way



Presenting a series of fifty circular walks along and around the Pennine Way, this title also aims to provide an appreciation of this wonderful part of the English Countryside.

Author: Kevin Donkin

Publisher: Frances Lincoln Limited

ISBN: 0711226652

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Page: 368

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Presenting a series of 50 circular walks along and around the Pennine Way, this title also aims to provide an appreciation of this wonderful part of the English Countryside. The walks included were adopted by the Countryside Agency for its 40th anniversary celebration of the Pennine Way, with an event called 'Walk the Way in a Day'.

Pennine WayPennine Way



Britain’s best-known National Trail winds for 256 miles through three National Parks – the Peak District, Yorkshire Dales and Northumberland.

Author: Edward De la Billière

Publisher: Trail Blazer Publications

ISBN: 1905864345

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Page: 269

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Practical guide with 137 large scale maps (1:20,000). Includes accommodation guide, pubs and restaurants and public transport information. Britain's best-known National Trail winds for 256 miles through three National Parks – the Peak District, Yorkshire Dales and Northumberland. This superb footpath showcases Britain's finest upland scenery, while touching the literary landscape of the Bronte family and Roman history along Hadrian's Wall. the guide includes: 137 large-scale walking maps; itineraries for all walkers; practical information for all budgets - guides to 57 towns and villages showing where to stay, where to eat, what to see, plus detailed street plans; comprehensive public transport information; flora and fauna – four page full colour flower guide, plus an illustrated section on local wildlife; green hiking; and GPS waypoints.

Cycling the Pennine BridlewayCycling the Pennine Bridleway



Continue along the track (thankfully downhill now), still following the electricity poles, until the Pennine Wayjoins the PB from the right.

Author: Keith Bradbury

Publisher: Cicerone Press Limited

ISBN: 9781849657013

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Page: 208

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This guidebook covers the northern stages of the Pennine Bridleway, through Lancashire, Yorkshire and Cumbria, a dedicated and waymarked mountain biking and horse-riding trail that opened in 2011. Using part of the Mary Towneley Loop, the route is described for mountain bikers from Summit, just outside Rochdale all the way to Ravenstonedale in Cumbria, in about 176km. 11 circular day mountain bike routes are included for those who do not wish to ride the whole route as a linear trail. It splits the main bridleway into rides of 8 - 16 miles in length. A grand total of 384km of trail are covered, mapped using OS map extracts and illustrated with profiles, photographed and described in enough detail to suit all levels of navigational ability. Appendices also offer information on local facilities, accommodation, bike shops and other useful contacts for planning your days out or longer trip along the Bridleway, and information provided before each route description includes distance, ascent, grading, estimated time and percentage of route off-road, as well as maps needed and pubs and cafes en route.

The Pennine WayThe Pennine Way



A Paddy Dillon guide to walking The Pennine Way, Britain's first National Trail, from Edale, Derbyshire, England to Kirk Yetholm, Scotland, backpacking through the Peak District, South and North Pennines, Yorkshire Dales, Hadrian's Wall, ...

Author: Paddy Dillon

Publisher: Cicerone PressLtd

ISBN: 1852845759

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Page: 224

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A Paddy Dillon guide to walking The Pennine Way, Britain's first National Trail, from Edale, Derbyshire, England to Kirk Yetholm, Scotland, backpacking through the Peak District, South and North Pennines, Yorkshire Dales, Hadrian's Wall, Northumberland, the Cheviots and the Borders. The Pennine Way was the first long-distance path to be created in Britain, back in 1965. It traverses the 'backbone of England', striving to stay high on the moors, yet dropping down to delightful little towns and villages each evening. It has always been a popular trail, rightly regarded as a challenge, running higher and wilder than any other National Trail. Several hundred thousand walkers have walked its 435 kilometers (270 miles) from Derbyshire to the Scottish Borders. On its way from Edale to Kirk Yetholm, the route passes through three national parks and a huge Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Although much of the landscape is high and wild, the route is well provided with accommodation and refreshment stops, in the charming villages in the valley bottoms.

Pennine Way CompanionPennine Way Companion



Originally compiled in the 1950s and early 1960s, the Wainwright walking guides are perhaps the most distinctive and unusual guides ever devised.

Author: Alfred Wainwright

Publisher: Frances Lincoln

ISBN: 0711233683

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Page: 224

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The Pennine Way – England’s first continuous long-distance path for walkers – stretches for 268 miles from Derbyshire to the Scottish Borders along the length of the Pennines. Inaugurated in 1965, it has become one of the most popular long-distance footpaths in Britain. For those starting in the south, it runs from Edale in Derbyshire through the old West and North Ridings of Yorkshire, Westmorland, Cumberland, and Northumberland before reaching its northern terminus at Kirk Yetholm, just over the Scottish border. Wainwright’s handwritten guide to the route, with its magnificent detailed maps and occasionally tongue-in-cheek text, was first published in 1968. This new edition has been brilliantly revised and updated by Chris Jesty to meet the goal Wainwright set for the original edition: ‘to enable walkers to follow the Pennine Way without putting a foot wrong...’

Pennine Way North 2007Pennine Way North 2007



This volume features the northern section of the Way, following the Countryside Agency's acorn waymarks from Bowes across the rugged Durham moors, past Hadrian's Wall to Kirk Yetholm, a distance of 129 miles (207 km).

Author: Tony Hopkins

Publisher: Aurum PressLtd

ISBN: 184513267X

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Page: 168

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The Pennine Way is the 256-mile (412 km) National Trail stretching along the backbone of Britain. This volume features the northern section of the Way, following the Countryside Agency's acorn waymarks from Bowes across the rugged Durham moors, past Hadrian's Wall to Kirk Yetholm, a distance of 129 miles (207 km). This is the complete, official guide for the long distance walker or the weekend stroller. National Trail Guides are the official guidebooks to the 15 National Trails in England and Wales and are published in association with Natural England, the official body charged with developing and maintaining the Trails. This is the official companion to the northern section of the Pennine Way National Trail. Full-color Ordnance Survey maps for each section is shown alongside text. It also includes detailed and up-to-date information on facilities and public transport.

Pennine Way NorthPennine Way North



This is the complete, official guide for the long distance walker or the weekend stroller. All you need is this one book.

Author: Tony Hopkins

Publisher: Aurum PressLtd

ISBN: 1845135628

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Page: 165

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The Pennine Way is the 256-mile (412-km) National Trail stretching along the backbone of Britain. This volume features the northern section of the Way, following the Countryside Agency’s acorn waymarks from Bowes across the rugged Durham moors, past Hadrian’s Wall to Kirk Yetholm, a distance of 129 miles (207 km). This is the complete, official guide for the long distance walker or the weekend stroller. All you need is this one book. National Trail Guides are the official guidebooks to the fifteen National Trails in England and Wales and are published in association with Natural England, the official body charged with developing and maintaining the Trails.

Pennine Way North 2007Pennine Way North 2007



H The National Col Countryside TRAL * Agency GUIDES The Pennine Way is the 256-mile (41.2-km) National Trail stretching along the backbone of Britain.

Author: Tony Hopkins

Publisher: White Lion Publishing

ISBN: NYPL:33433042657191

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Page: 168

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Everything the walker needs to know when traversing this long distance path is included in this updated guide. The northern section of the Pennine Way is covered here, from Bowes across the rugged Durham moors, past Hadrian's Wall to Kirk Yetholm.