+ Complete the tough, remote Northern PW stages
+ Enjoy the walking with your accommodation booked
+ See Hadrian's Wall, the Cheviot Hills and Kirk Yetholm
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The Pennine Way runs from Edale to Kirk Yetholm across England's backbone: the Pennines and the Cheviot Hills. This week-long trek completes the top third of the route, from Alston to Kirk Yetholm.
The walking is grand; sometimes bleak, but magnificent overall. After a rolling start, Hadrian's Wall is followed over some dramatic sections before it is left behind to strike off North to the Cheviots. Two classic Pennine Way stages of mixed valley, forest and moorland follow, ending in Bellingham and then Byrness. The Cheviot Hills form a last obstacle before Kirk Yetholm; our standard schedule tackles them over two days that make a fitting end to the walk.
There is a sense of occasion when finishing any PW stage, due to the path's status as the oldest, most famous and about the most challenging in the UK. Alston and Kirk Yetholm are very pleasant start and end points. Many variations are possible and we can also move your baggage between stops, as an extra, to reduce your load.
Your accommodation along the Pennine Way North is a good mix of friendly guesthouses and B&Bs, chosen for friendliness, handy locations and good standards.