Day 3 - Bleakstone Edge (Pennine Way)

Day 3 - Bleakstone Edge (Pennine Way)

On November 6th, 2006, six Continental Divide Trail hikers walked up to a humble barbed-wire fence on the Mexican Border and finished an end-to-end hike that started 5 months earlier on the Canadian Border. Join them on their 2,800-Mile journey hiking the Continental Divide National Scenic Trail.  More info available at www.thewalkumentary.com

On November six Continental Divide Trail hikers walked up to a humble barbed-wire fence on the Mexican Border and finished an end-to-end hike that started…

From the campsite in Mankinhole at dusk- I was dead on my feet at this point but the view was lovely- ruined a little by the fact that I knew I'd have to climb back up the hill the next day.

From the campsite in Mankinhole at dusk- I was dead on my feet at this point but the view was lovely- ruined a little by the fact that I knew I'd have to climb back up the hill the next day.

View from Edale Rocks - Day 1

View from Edale Rocks - Day 1

Melham Cove- Day 6

Melham Cove- Day 6

Bleak Hill Day 1

Bleak Hill Day 1

From near the top of Pen-yi-gan- Day 6

From near the top of Pen-yi-gan- Day 6

Pen-yi-gen - Day 6

Pen-yi-gen - Day 6

Climbing down from Pen-ey-gen -Day 6

Climbing down from Pen-ey-gen -Day 6

End of a dreary day- Day 5

End of a dreary day- Day 5

Near Wuthering Heights Day 4

Near Wuthering Heights Day 4

Reservoir just before Mankinhole - Day 3

Reservoir just before Mankinhole - Day 3

Day 2- Hills just outside Edale

Day Hills just outside Edale

Valley Climbing out of Crowden - Day 2

Valley Climbing out of Crowden - Day 2

Edale to Crowden day 1

Edale to Crowden day 1

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