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Abbott's Hike

Abbott's Hike is a long distance footpath in Cumbria, North Yorkshire and West Yorkshire, in the north of England.

The Hike is 172 km / 107 miles long and provides links between fourteen miles of the Three Peaks Walk[?], three miles of the Pennine Way[?], and twenty-five miles of the Dales Way[?].

It is named after its originator, Peter Abbott.

See: List of long distance footpaths

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