Your pictures: Pennine Way at 50

It's 50 years since the Pennine Way was first opened to the public.

The 268-mile (431km) mountain top trail traditionally runs south to north beginning at Edale in the Peak District, and passes through the Yorkshire Dales, Cumbria and Northumberland.

Here are some of the views captured by people walking the trail.

Image copyright Roy Pollard (@pollardroy)
Image caption The original path took in Kinder Scout, in the Peak District, but it has been re-routed to reduce erosion
Image copyright Paul Millward (oxfordwight)
Image caption The path goes through three national parks including the Yorkshire Dales
Image copyright Chris Munday
Image caption There are a number of waterfalls to be seen from the Pennine Way, including Hardraw Force in North Yorkshire, the highest single-drop waterfall in England
Image copyright Shakil Bashir
Image caption Limestone cliffs at Malham Cove in North Yorkshire
Image copyright Rory Prior
Image caption The trail flattens out at Higher Moor in the Pennines
Image copyright Chris Hancock
Image caption The path goes to the top of the Cheviot Hills in Northumberland
Image copyright gilhooligan28
Image caption Another popular waterfall is High Force in County Durham, which drops into a plunge pool below
Image copyright Joan Thirlaway
Image caption The Pennine Way goes beyond Hadrian's Wall - seen here at Cuddy's Crag, Northumberland - ending in the Scottish Borders

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