Pennine Chain

The Pennine Chain is the backbone of England, extending for 150 miles from central England to the Scottish border. The long hills of this chain reach nearly 3,000 feet, and steep escarpments rise over long lush valleys. The hills are generally broader and higher in the north than in the south. There are sandstone, limestone, and gritstone rock outcrops throughout the range, good for climbing.

Peaks of Pennine Chain

Check out any of the following peaks for additional information: