Kirk Yetholm

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Border Hotel, Kirk Yetholm: the official end of the Pennine Way

Kirk Yetholm is a village in the Scottish Borders.

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Kirk Yetholm is a small village best known as the northern terminus of the Pennine Way, a long-distance footpath that runs for around 268 miles from Edale in Derbyshire. The final day of the walk is a strenuous 25-mile walk over the Cheviot Hills from Byrness in Northumberland, though there are a few off-route accommodation options that can be used to split the walk in two.

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By bus: Munro's of Jedburgh service 81 (timetable) serves Kelso, Kirk Yetholm, Town Yetholm and Morebattle.

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Routes through Kirk Yetholm
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