Edale marks the start of the Pennine Way, which is a… Answered
Edale marks the start of the Pennine Way, which is a…
The options that are given for this Bing homepage quiz are listed below:
A: Shipping route
B: National Trail
C: Dual carriageway
The correct answer is National Trail.
See The Reason for That answer below:
The Pennine Way is a 268-mile (429-kilometer) National Trail that runs from Edale in the Peak District National Park in England to Kirk Yetholm in the Scottish Borders. It was the first National Trail to be established in England and was officially opened in 1965. The trail passes through some of the UK’s most stunning and remote upland landscapes, including the Peak District, the Yorkshire Dales, the North Pennines, and the Cheviot Hills.
The route is popular with hikers and takes around 16 to 19 days to complete, although some experienced hikers have been known to complete it in less time. Along the way, hikers can enjoy breathtaking views, encounter a diverse range of flora and fauna, and explore historic sites and quaint villages.
Below is a list of all Bing quizzes for today
- Welcome to the Peak District, the first national park in which country? – answered
- Edale marks the start of the Pennine Way, which is a… Answered
- The Peak District is the home of which traditional British dessert? – answered
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