Demanding long-distance hike through the middle of England from Edale in the picturesque Peak District to Kirk Yetholm in the Scottish border region.



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The Pennine Way is England's oldest hiking trail and reserved for demanding hikers.

Through the three national parks Peak District, Yorkshire Dales and Northumberland, the more than 400 km long trail meanders from south to north through the middle of England to the border with Scotland.

Through flower meadows and forests, past rocks and waterfalls and above all through moor landscapes and over hills and mountains we are on our way in the wonderfully secluded nature of the island.

We pass some picturesque villages and two or three larger towns, but most of the time we are alone with ourselves and can fully immerse ourselves in our experiences and quiet nature.

At Hadrian's Wall we meet more people again, because our route runs about 13 km together with the wall walls and the Hadrian's Wall Path, before we turn off for the last part of the tour.

Arrived in Kirk Yetholm we look back on our days full of adventures, which we will certainly not forget so fast. equipment Trekking backpack (approx.

50 litres) with rain cover, sturdy and comfortable footwear, changeable shoes/sandals if necessary, weatherproof and hard-wearing clothing in multi-layer principle, changeable clothes, telescopic poles, sun and rain protection, provisions and drinking water, first aid kit, pocket knife, mobile phone, headlamp, maps, travel documents, toilet bag and travel towel, washing powder and clothesline