Britain's highest Inn. Tan Hill is a high point on the Pennine Way in the Richmondshire district of North Yorkshire, England.

The world famous Tan Hill Inn in Swaledale. A lonely site high in the Yorkshire Dales stands a unique and historic place dating back to the century

Top Withens on Pennine Way above West Yorkshire town of Haworth.

Top Withens, a ruined farmhouse that sits at a lofty 425 metres on the blustery moors of West Yorkshire, is said to have been an inspiration for Emily Bronte’s novel Wuthering Heights // photo by.

The ascent of Pen-y-ghent is steep, but short  What a slog this was with a heavy rucksack!

The ascent of Pen-y-ghent is steep, but short What a slog this was with a heavy rucksack!

Fantastic hilltop views on the Pennine Way - 268 miles

Fantastic hilltop views on the Pennine Way - 268 miles

The Pennine Way overbridge near junction 22 M62. Originally this unusual structure was going to be a plain footbridge, but the story goes that the Transport Minister of the time was a keen walker and demanded a more impressive bridge to be built at considerable cost  photo by Terry Ogden

The Pennine Way overbridge near junction 22 M62. Originally this unusual structure was going to be a plain footbridge, but the story goes that the Transport Minister of the time was a keen walker and demanded a more impressive bridge to be built at considerable cost photo by Terry Ogden

Stoodley Pike on the Pennine Way

Stoodley Pike on the Pennine Way

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