A:Get your fill moody moors and dales here. The Pennine Way climbs straight up the spine of England, 268 miles from the Peak District in the Midlands through the Yorkshire Dales, the Northumberland moor country, and all the way up to the Scottish border. It dates back to the 1930s, and was England’s first designated National Trail.
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