Pennine Way Walking Tours
The Pennine Way was the first and is probably now the best-known of all the UK’s National Trails, a series of managed long distance walks through some of the UK's finest landscapes. The trail weaves its way north from the tiny village of Edale, crossing through the three national parks of the Peak District, Yorkshire Dales and Northumberland. It finishes in the rolling Cheviot Hills on the border with Scotland and forms what is often referred to as the "Spine of England". Covering hugely varied terrain from heather-clad and misty moorlands, old roman roads, to quiet riverside paths through picturesque valleys, this walk offers you a true snapshot of England's wonderful countryside.
As you enjoy the walk, using our carefully written route notes, relax safe in the knowledge that at the end of the day a warm and friendly welcome awaits you at one of our cosy B&B's or perhaps a traditional coaching inn, with your bags safely waiting for you.
Macs Adventure have been helping plan adventures on the Pennine Way for over 10 years and you can trust us to plan your perfect Pennine Way adventure. We offer a large variety of itineraries, which have all been carefully designed giving thought to where the best accommodations are, and minimising transfers as much as possible. Depending on your fitness level and the time you have available, you can walk the entire route, or walk the North, South or Central sections of the Pennine Way. We are also happy to tailor an itinerary perfectly to suit your requirements.
Over on our Facebook Community, you can read all about our lovely customer David Arthur Stott's Pennine Way adventure - his daily updates from the walk will certainly leave you feeling inspired!