From the Ribble Estuary to the mouth of the Humber he uncovers ancient clues and contemporary characters along the way.
The path winds in from the hills and drops into the urban sprawl of Burnley where there's a blues festival and chance to taste an authentic chicken curry.
Glyn Hughes reaches home territory on his journey across Northern England as the ancient bronze age pathway cuts across the Calder Valley.
Ageing hippies, rural regeneration and the mystical Bridestones are the marker posts.
Glyn gets lost while on a detour in search of Robin Hood's grave with local MP David Hincliffe.
Glyn reaches his journey's end at the mouth of the Humber at Spurn Point.