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Status update
Today’s date Thursday 10 March 2016
Current location Kirk Yetholm
Miles walked 290.75
Miles left 0.00

Between Monday 22 February and Thursday 10 March 2016 I am walking the Pennine Way.

Click links below to read the daily blog:

Day Date Start Finish Link
00 Sun 21 Feb 2016 Home Edale daily blog
01 Mon 22 Feb 2016 Edale Crowden daily blog
02 Tue 23 Feb 2016 Crowden Diggle daily blog
03 Wed 24 Feb 2016 Diggle Hebden Bridge daily blog
04 Thu 25 Feb 2016 Hebden Bridge Ponden daily blog
05 Fri 26 Feb 2016 Ponden Gargrave daily blog
06 Sat 27 Feb 2016 Gargrave Horton daily blog
07 Sun 28 Feb 2016 Horton Hawes daily blog
08 Mon 29 Feb 2016 Hawes Keld daily blog
09 Tue 01 Mar 2016 Keld Bowes daily blog
10 Wed 02 Mar 2016 Bowes Middleton in T. daily blog
11 Thu 03 Mar 2016 Middleton in T. Langdon Beck daily blog
12 Fri 04 Mar 2016 Langdon Beck Dufton daily blog
13 Sat 05 Mar 2016 Dufton Alston daily blog
14 Sun 06 Mar 2016 Alston Greenhead daily blog
15 Mon 07 Mar 2016 Greenhead Greenlee L. daily blog
16 Tue 08 Mar 2016 Greenlee L. Bellingham daily blog
17 Wed 09 Mar 2016 Bellingham Byrness daily blog
18 Thu 10 Mar 2016 Byrness Kirk Yetholm daily blog
Kirk Yetholm Home (no blog)

 

This website has all the details of my walk, and a blog with a record of my progress on a day-by-day basis

pennine way map dated located hrThe Pennine Way is a 280-mile walk in the north of England, from Derbyshire to the Scottish border.   It is mostly at high level, running along the Pennine Hills.

I’m walking it from Edale in the south, to Kirk Yetholm in the north.

There’s a good reference article on the Pennine Way here

An overview map of the route is shown on the right – for more detailed maps, go to the “Itinerary” page

 

This is what you can find on the website

I’m expecting this will take 18 days, and I’m writing a blog which you can view by clicking here, and which will be updated daily.

The pages in the menu give access to:

If you’re looking for my website about the 2014 Lands End to John O’Groats hike, then click here.

 

Looking up
A spot of pre-walk training – with the Eiger in summer 2014