The Centurion Way – Video
This outstanding circular walk of 100 miles in length, starts and finishes in Horton-in-Ribblesdale, and encompasses the major dales and outer fells of the Yorkshire Dales National Park. With a total ascent of some 16,000 feet of Yorkshires best known peaks, wild moorland, and fine walking country of the Howgills, including a visit to England’s highest inn at Tan Hill, 1,732 feet, it makes for a challenging and rewarding journey for the experienced walker, with plenty of stamina. Even if you are an experienced long distance walker, it is advisable to take a companion, be physically fit, and suitably equipped, with boots, which are well broken-in.
You will require a day-bag containing items of dry clothing, waterproofs, food for the day, and liquid refreshments, since this walk “gets well away from it all”.
The assistance of the Brigantes Baggage Courier service will enable you to have all your dry changes of clothing and other creature comforts available for your use, when you arrive at your destination at the end of each day.