After exploring the village of Edale set off and prepare for a challenging couple of days on the trail.
A tough start for this section rewards with more stunning Peak District views as you cross the moorland and hills toward Standedge.
The next few days of walking are much flatter and therefore easier! What you gain in ease, however, you forfeit in remoteness. This section passes ...
A tough climb at the start, then walk through mixed terrain through fields, moorland and into Brontë country.
Less than ten kilometres seperates Ponden and the tiny village of Ickornshaw as you work your way closer to the Yorkshire Dales.
Aim for the southern edge of the Yorkshire Dales on this section and enjoy the change of scenery as you push northward to Gargrave.
A relatively short and easy-going walk connects Gargrave with the town of Malham.
An action-packed walk where the wonders of wildlife and intriguing natural formations are matched by a strenuous pace as you march toward the end ...
Walk north through the Yorkshire Dales on the Central Pennine Way and then follow Cam High Road above the moors, before the friendly Yorkshire ...
Let the open meadows filled with wild flowers, in the summer, woo you before what will be one of the most challenging climbs of the Pennine Way.
Continue on this short section between Thwaite and Keld to where the Pennine Way meets the Coast to Coast walk.
Be prepared to climb after passing through the gate on your way to Keld enroute to Tan Hill. Descend to moorland and follow the way to Baldersdale.
Moving onwards from the halfway mark of the entire Pennine Way in Baldersdale, you'll continue north over moorland and across Grassholme Reservoir ...
Pass the waterfalls of both Low Force and High Force and follow the River Tees west.
Take a break from hard climbs today as you pass cliffs, open moorland and perhaps the most dramatic feature of the entire Pennine Way.