+ Independent walking at your own pace
+ Wild moors contrast with lush valleys
+ Careful advice helps you enjoy it to the full
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Booking is open for 2018! Please ask us any questions; thank you.
Cover 85 of the 270 miles of the Pennine Way on this walking holiday over the Peak District and South Pennines stages.
Join the Pennine Way at its start in the village of Edale. The route sets off up Kinder Scout, then takes to more open moorland to Bleaklow Head and Black Hill. The theme for the route to Malham is a series of moorland crossings between valleys. Cross many of the East-West trade routes in this part of England, trekking through the South Pennines. Hebden Bridge and Haworth provide fascinating stopovers with old industrial sights and local life. Finally cross farmland in the Aire Gap to reach Malham at the foot of the Yorkshire Dales.
This Southern section, once completed, leaves you poised at the start of the higher Central stages in the Dales and North Pennines. Save these for later or carry straight on! Each stage from Edale follows the official PW route... and the notorious bogs are almost entirely a thing of the past. We book your accommodation and give you maps and our detailed routecards.
Your accommodation along the Pennine Way is in a mixture of welcoming guesthouses, B&Bs and old inns. It's a mix of village, town and countryside life that we hope will inspire you.