Public Transport based walk with Stu Edwards & Katherine Hamlett.
Due to current hot weather please bring plenty of water with you.
Because we liked it so much the first time - we're back! Leaving the quaint village of Chinley, we climb north towards Cracken Edge - and on to the ridge of Chinley Churn. Here, we'll meander past the giant rock formations while heading for South Head (a small peak enjoying stunning 360 degree vistas) and the surrounding hills. After lunch our route crosses the moors towards Brown Knoll and then links up with the Pennine Way - taking us via Jacobs Ladder to Edale. To finish the day, we head for the beer garden of The Rambler... the weather hopefully allowing us to crash on the grass, in the shadow of the mighty Kinder Plateau.
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.
09:30: Meet at Manchester Piccadilly for the train at 09:45. You will need to purchase a ticket prior to meeting.
Return to Edale £10.60 or Wayfarer £11.00 (also covers additional travel in Greater Manchester)
09:45: Train departs for the walk start at Chinley.
10:25: Walk starts at Chinley.
Return from Edale Station. 15:47, 16:47, 17:47, 18:46, 19:47,
Waypoints: Cracken Edge, Peep-o-Day, South Head, Brown Knoll, Jacobs Ladder, Upper Booth and Edale.
No toilets en route - please use on the train. This is a linear walk - If you wish to drive to the start there is a car park at Chinley station. Walking boots are essential and gaiters suggested if it's been raining.