The following websites are split into two categories. Firstly, there are websites that provide general useful information about the various Pennine areas covered in this website. Secondly there are links to interesting and enjoyable websites that have been created by other walking, camping and trig point enthusiasts.
National Parks and AONB's
The official website of the Forest of Bowland AONB.
The official website of the Nidderdale AONB.
The official website of the North Pennines AONB.
The official website of the Northumberland National Park.
The official website of the Peak District National Park.
The official website of the Yorkshire Dales National Park.
Other Related Websites
A website that keeps the Database of British Hills.
A great site by Tim Addams covering the greatly underrated Bowland fells.
Mark Wild's blog about his adventures walking in the hills of North West England.
Colin Gregory's Flickr Photostream featuring lots of pictures of the northern Yorkshire Dales.
Paul Gregory's Flickr Photostream mainly focusing on his walks in the Teesdale area of the North Pennines.
A site which aims to include photos of all the hill summits in England, Scotland, Wales and the Isle of Man.
A very interesting hill walking and peak bagging site by Simon Edwardes.
A nice site by Mal Firth featuring some lovely walks and photos in the West Pennine Moors.
Andrew Leaney's website is mainly dedicated to walking in the Lakes. This marvellous site helped inspire me to create my own website.
Ali Watson's free multiuser site that allows walkers, who possibly wouldn’t know how to create their own site, to publish their own adventures there for friends/family to view.
The official website of guidebook writers John and Anne Nuttall - creators of the Nuttall system of measuring mountain tops over 2000ft.
Stephen Oldfield's fascinating blog about his wanderings in the limestone country of the Yorkshire Dales.
Angela Clarke's website features a number of her walks in the Peak District.
Alan Kilduff's website is notable for a number of walks in the South and West Pennines as well as the more popular places such as the Dales and Lakes.
A rather fantastic site dedicated to trig points.
A beautifully designed site that explores the joys of backpacking and wild camping in the British hills and mountains.
Useful website providing lots of walking related information for the area around Kirkby Stephen and the Upper Eden Valley.
A cool walking website from Scott Brown with some nice photos and downloadable routes.
Mike Brockhurst's informative site covers walking in the whole of the UK.
Publisher of a unique range of quality UK walking guides & online retailer of a large selection of maps & guides covering the UK.