Brand new continuous running event along the route scheduled for Jan.30/31st. 2021 - this just happens to be the date of Lady Anne's birthday. See News page for latest info.

ANNIVERSARY CERTIFICATE 25+1

Due to the pandemic many walkers who intended to complete the route this year, may have had to alter their plans. With this in mind we have decided to carry forward the Anniversary Certificate to 2021. You will be able to download it from our News Page next year.

This is the official website for Lady Anne's Way - the  classic long distance walk passing through some of Britain's most stunning scenery on its 100 mile journey from Skipton to Penrith.


Starting at the magnificent Skipton Castle, the Way passes through the beautiful and popular Yorkshire Dales on its way into Cumbria and the hidden delights of the Upper Eden Valley.

 

The route was inspired by Lady Anne Clifford, that indomitable lady who owned vast estates in the old county of Westmorland during the seventeenth century. Lady Anne travelled repeatedly between her castles and the route takes in  these once magnificent buildings, many now sadly in ruins.

 

Although originally devised and written as a six day walk, there is now a nine day alternative. This enables you to take things at a more leisurely pace and allows more time to visit places of interest en route. (For full details see '6 Day Version' or '9 Day Version' tabs.)   Of course, you can take as long as you like to do the Way - or just do an odd day!

 


 

VIEWS ALONG THE 'WAY'

 Leaving Skipton

PLEASE CHECK OUT 'Route Updates' Page before setting out

in order to get the very latest information about the route & accomm.

Hebden

 Askrigg 

Hawes

The Water Cut above Mallerstang.

 Pendragon Castle

   Eden Valley

Church Brough rabbit

Brough Castle.

Andy Goldsworthy Sculpture, Church Brough

Appleby

After crossing the River Eden in Appleby, look out for the wooden doorway set into  sandstone cliff. 

Interesting carving on a wall inside Brougham Hall

Brougham Castle.

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