The Mottram Moor Mystery

Public Transport based walk with Stu Edwards.

9.8 mi


A relaxing Sunday walk of mystery and intrigue, combined with vivid autumnal scenery! Departing Broadbottom Station we initially head North East, making towards the edge of Mottram Village. Passing Mottram Old Hall, we soon begin our gradual climb on to the moors...perhaps to an eerie sound...perhaps with the company of a distant, shadowy figure... Reaching the spectacular summit of Wild Bank Hill, fantastic views await you of the Manchester Skyline and the Dark Peak hills and moors. Descending Hollingworth Hall Moor, with the impressive views of four reservoirs nestled below, we soon arrive at Stalybridge Country Park. After a pause to admire the views, it's onwards to the village of Millbrook and the meandering tow path of the Huddersfield Canal. A well earned pint at the infamous Stalybridge BuffetBar rounds off the day...... or will you be swapping tales of what you saw, on Mottram Moor....??

Meet & Travel arrangements - Public Transport

We’ll use public transport from Manchester to travel to and return from the walk start/end.
Itinerary is below - click station links for map and further information.

10:00: Meet at Manchester Piccadilly for the train at 10:18. You will need to purchase a ticket prior to meeting.

Suggested ticket:

If travelling by train only: GM Rail Ranger £4.40, If travelling by Train and Metrolink:  GM Tram & Train Ranger £6.50

10:18: Train departs for the walk start at Broadbottom Station.

10:40: Walk starts at Broadbottom Station.

Return from Stalybridge Station. xx:18 to Manchester Victoria

Waypoints: Carr House, Mottram Old Hall, Wild Bank Hill, Swineshaw Reservoirs, Stalybridge Country Park, Huddersfield Canal & Stalybridge


Please ensure you are appropriately equipped for the weather conditions. Walking boots are essential and gaiters are recommended. Please use toilets at Manchester Piccadilly or on the train as none en route.

23-10-2011 10:00 23-10-2011 20:00:00 Europe/London The Mottram Moor Mystery Broadbottom Station MAD Walkers
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