This final section leaves the Pennine Way taking you to Hadrian’s Wall which you will follow over the rolling hills of the escarpment that it is built upon. Leaving the wall behind you have a pleasant stretch through forests, over farmland and country roads strolling on the heather moorland at an easy pace then more easy going forest and river paths. This easy going stretch proceeds the final day which is also the longest. Don’t be deterred however as you will have built up your stamina for this day and after the initial steep climb you will traverse the undulating ridge all the way to the final stop Kirk Yetholm in Scotland.
Arrival in Knarsdale, here you can enjoy the tranquillity of the English countryside.