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A portrait of the The Pennine Way, Britain's oldest and best known long-distance footpath, stretching for 268 miles from the Derbyshire Peak District to the Scottish Borders. It charts the path's remarkable history, and walkers past and present relate their experiences of this commanding, exhilarating and complex path.

This book presents a portrait of the Pennine Way, Britain's oldest and best known long-distance footpath, tracing its remarkable history through the experiences of walkers past and present.

Montane Spine - Britain's most brutal race - January 2018 - 268 miles

If you've been thinking about tackling the 96 mile West Highland Way in Scotland then please read this article. I've put together some great tips to help you out as you plan and walk this classic long distance trail. Click through to learn more.

If you've been thinking about tackling the 96 mile West Highland Way in Scotland then please read this article. I've put together some great tips to help you out as you plan and walk this classic long distance trail. Click through to learn more.

One of, if not the biggest expense of a long-term trip is the airfare, and the myths surrounding multi-stop (also referred to as RTW) airfare are just as many as long-term travel itself.

The 45 walking routes in this Isle of Arran guidebook range from easy 3km (2 miles) nature trails to long arduous mountain routes with scrambles (up to 32km) providing thorough coverage of Arran, including the ascent of Goatfell and nearby Holy Isle. Most routes are 10 to 15km long but many give opportunities to create longer cross-island walks.

Guidebook to walking on the Isle of Arran containing 45 detailed route descriptions, varying in length from easy low-level walks to high mountain routes.

Grisedale Tarn on the Coast to Coast

Grisedale Tarn on the Coast to Coast

Fairfield Horseshoe route with views of the entire lake district

The steep climb on to the Fairfield Horseshoe sets the precedent for a round of some of the highest wainwrights in the central section of the Lake District.