Definition of the Pennine Way from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary

 

the Pennine Way

 
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a path along the Pennines in northern England, used by people who like walking as a hobby. It is about 250 miles/400 kilometres long and passes through three national parks, including the Peak District. It was opened in 1965.