Max transport gap > 30km
A 148km walk between Dufton in Cumbria and Teesmouth.
The route isaccessible by public transport east of Middleton-in-Teesdale, where the route takes on its own name. Barnard Castle may be seen as a base station for the western section, but Darlington is the obvious base for much of the route.
Walkers should note that the 34km between Dufton and Middleton-in-Teesdale is part of the Pennine Way and is without public transport.
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