Brigantes

Category: Walking Holidays

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North West Way

The 191 mile North West Way was devised to include some of the best walking in the North of England, from Preston to Carlisle

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Peak Pilgrimage

The 34 mile Peak Pilgrimage is a beautiful walk between Ilam and Eyam, two villages devastated by plague in the 17th century

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Pennine Way

Britain’s first National Trail runs for 268 challenging miles along the spine of England, following the line of the Pennine hills

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Ravenber Way

The 210 mile Ravenber Way (RAVENglass to BERwick) offers a challenging alternative coast to coast route across England

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Ribble Way

The Ribble Way follows the course of the eponymous river for 69 miles from the sea at Longton, to its source near Ribblehead

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Richmond Way

A splendid Castle to Castle walk, the 60 mile Richmond Way runs from Lancaster, across Lancashire and Yorkshire, to Richmond

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Six Dales Trail

The Six Dales Trail starts in Otley and runs for 38 miles, visiting six different Yorkshire Dales to finish in Middleham

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South Tyne Trail

The South Tyne Trail follows the river of the same name, for 22 miles from its source above Garrigill to Haltwhistle near Hadrian’s Wall

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St. Bega’s Way

The 36 mile St. Bega’s Way links St Bega’s church in St Bees, to the church of the same name by the shores of Bassenthwaite Lake

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St. Hilda’s Way

This 40 mile pilgrimage follows the life of St. Hild, an Anglo-Saxon princess, visiting churches and chapels dedicated to her

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St. Oswald’s Way

This 97 mile walk recalls the life of King, and later Saint, Oswald and simultaneously links Hadrian’s Wall to St. Cuthbert’s Way

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Swale Way

The Swale Way follows the course of the river, for 77 miles, from where it joins the Ouse to its source in the Yorkshire Dales

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