Garrigill is a small village in Cumbria, England. Situated in the North Pennine region on the River South Tyne and close to its source. The village once had a population of 1000, most of whom were employed by the mining industry, but it has reduced to a mere 200 today. As well as an en-route passing place for the C2C, Garrigill also forms part of the Pennine Way, a popular walking route.