The Pennine Way

The recent expansion of Street View in the UK allows us to visit sections of the Pennine Way, Britain’s most well known long distance walking path, where we can admire the scenery of three national parks without the inconvenience of walking hundreds of kilometers across challenging terrain in unpredictable weather. While the 429km trail can be walked in either direction, the majority of hikers travel south-to-north to have the prevailing wind behind them, so that’s the way we’ll go too. The Pennine Way starts in the Peak District village of Edale, at the Old Nag’s Head pub where…

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