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Introduction The Walk Postscript
|The Pennine Way was conceived by Tom Stephenson in 1935. It took 30yrs to come to fruition and was finally opened in April 1965.
It is 270 miles long, travels the backbone of England from the Peak District, through the Yorkshire Dales, over Hadrians Wall to the Cheviots, starting at Edale and ending at Kirk Yetholm just over the Scottish Border.