The Pennine Way
Stretching from Edale in The Peak district to Kirk Yetholme on The Scottish Border, The 268 mile Pennine Way is The UK's most well known national trail.
Whether you are walking it all in one go or just doing small sections at a time, you will need somewhere to stay.
Up to 20 days of hotel accommodation can be prohibitively expensive so why not use the network of bunkhouse, camping barn and hostel accommodation that stretches the entire length of The Pennine Way.
Bunkhouses, camping barns and Hostels on The Pennine Way are displayed in order on the map below and listed underneath.
Clicking on one of the house symbols will take you to a more detailed page with full accommodation details, photo’s, visitor comments and an interactive map.
The Pennine Way
Bunkhouse, Camping Barn and Hostel accommodation on The Pennine Way
Recommended Pennine Way walking Maps
How to use this
The map on the left shows the approximate route of The Pennine Way and includes the locations of bunkhouse type accommodation along the way.
Each green house symbol represents a bunkhouse, hostel or camping barn.
Simply use the zoom controls on the top left corner of the map and click on the green house symbols (Opens in a new window).
Alternatively, use the list below the map (Opens in this window).
If you run or know of any accommodation that isn't listed, or if you would like to add to a listing, please let us know.
Pennine Way Facts
Length 268 Miles
Total Ascent 11,343m
Highest Point 893m
Average time taken to complete;
Pennine Way - Useful Links
Brigantes - Baggage Transfer