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Parked in Dufton car park and then took the 3.1/2 mile Penine Way walk up to High Cup Nick. It's a gradual climb but the views get more and more stunning until you reach the canyon itself. We went back the same way (7 miles...More
Part of the Pennine Way crosses the top of the glacial valley the tiny trickle of High Cup Gill (well it was a dry year) drops over the edge. It is hard to see how this contributed to the massive glacier creating the landscape before...More
Choose a nice sunny day (especially in the middle of winter) and walk straight up the middle you won't be disappointed.
The closer you get the more imposing it looks but don't turn round until you've done the last bit of a scramble.
I’ve had my eye on visiting this for a long time but it’s too far to drive, hike and drive back in one day so I decided to sleep up there.
It’s a really nice walk up the weather was clear and the views across...More
We only live local but this was the first time doing this walk as we had seen it on TV.Can not believe we had never done it before we set off from the carpark at Dufton and found the track very easily the walk up...More
This is a moderate walk 9.5 miles round trip, all up hill till High Cup nick ,although gradual. On a gloriously hot summer day we parked in Dufton in the car park. Dufton is a lovely wee hamlet. The on the Pennine way uphill to...More
This was the highlight of our walking trip in England. Not an easy hike - but well worth the completely unspoiled landscape and scenery. Arriving at the end of the trail is a moment I'll never forget - sharing the peace and beauty with my...More
I did this walk last year on a clear sunny day, yet I was glad I had my hat and gloves with me when I reached the top as it was very cold and windy.
I parked at Dufton and followed the Pennine Way steadily...More
A friend recommended seeing one of the least known, most underrated and most spectacular views in England. We set off from Newcastle on the long drive to Cow Green Reservoir in Upper Teesdale on a glorious August bank holiday.
There are few places where you...More