Visit & explore
Explore the North Pennines
Visit & explore
Explore this fantastic landscape and enjoy a warm welcome from the people of the North Pennines! Over the winter we’ll be adding more information on what to see and do in the AONB.
As you explore you’ll find open heather moors, delightful dales, tumbling upland rivers, wonderful woods, close-knit communities, glorious waterfalls, fantastic birds, stone-built villages, intriguing imprints of a mining and industrial past, distinctive plants, fascinating invertebrates and much, much more.
Visit the interactive map to download walks, trails and attractions to help you explore the area.
Did you know…
John’s clearly struggling a bit with his nutrition but nevertheless he’s relentlessly moving up the Cross Fell climb - this is an #epic dot watching #ultrarunning extravaganza @pennine_way #GoJohnGo #JKPWFKT https://t.co/y8I2WiC4yX
In Middleton, John looked and felt unwell. He slept for 40 minutes, ate barely anything & set off feeling no better than when he had arrived. He has just been through Dufton looking a little better and he managed to eat more.😃
This guy is made of very strong stuff 💪🏻
John Kelly has reached the Baldersdale on his Fastest Known Time attempt on the @pennine_way - he’s now deep into the #NorthPenninesAONB track him live at: https://t.co/NPamna0oh9 he’s on schedule to beat Mike Hartley’s 1989 record 2days17hours20mins https://t.co/G5ocWSorre
I'm not sure I like the sound of the #Croglin Grange vampire 😱 https://t.co/Nl8k1GvKm1