Wainwright on the Pennine Way
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The 270-mile Pennine Way from the Peak District to the Scottish borders is the most famous, the most challenging and the most rewarding of Britain’s National Trails. The legendary fell walker Alfred Wainwright’s classic guide first appeared in 1966. In this handsome edition, the original text – revised and updated to account for changes to the route – is paired with Derry Brabbs’s stunning photographs of the ruggedly beautiful terrain, along with Wainwright’s characteristic maps and drawings.