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The Pennine Journey is a challenging circular walk of 247 miles, passing through the wonderful variety of terrain and scenery of the North of England.
Starting in the market town of Settle in North Yorkshire the route heads up the eastern side of the Pennines through the delightful Yorkshire Dales. It takes in stretches of County Durham before arriving at Hadrian’s Wall. The Wall is followed for 21 miles before heading down the western side of the Pennines. Travelling down the Eden Valley and then skirting the Howgill Fells, it arrives back in Settle.
For accommodation we are at Day 4: Gunnerside to Bowes.
For more information on Route Changes please see the The Pennine Journey website
Map With Permission of Pennine Journey Supporters Club
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