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.


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.

For tourists with hire cars, it could be considered the 'end of the road' in that the road that leads to here, do not continue south, and it is the terminus for the car bound.

Get in[edit]

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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