Ever Decreasing Circles Part 2: The Bridestones

Public Transport based walk with Stephen Smith.

10.0 mi


Walk Leader meeting at walk start

A slightly shorter walk in which we will find a dam with a hole in it, part of air traffic control and the attractively named Hell Hole rocks.

We head off through Todmorden park before a swift climb and even swifter descent back into the Valley. We cross the road and start climbing, and climbing and climbing until we reach the Bride Stones (after which is named a local brewery). This first third of the walk involves more than its fair share of steep hill walking.

The rest of the walk is relatively easy, dropping down into the upper reaches of the Colden Valley, first on the southern and then northern flank, before skirting Heptonstall and dropping into Hebden Bridge.


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.

12:50: Meet at Manchester Victoria for the train at 12:56. You will need to purchase a ticket prior to meeting.

Suggested ticket:

A day return ticket from Manchester to Hebden Bridge for £9.50. 

12:56: Train departs for the walk start at Todmorden Station.

13:35: Walk starts at Todmorden Station.

Return from Hebden Bridge Station. Aiming for the 18.07 but there are 3 trains an hour back to Manchester at xx07, xx18 xx42.

Waypoints: Todmorden Edge, Stannally Stones, Pole Hill, Land Farm, Hell Hole Rocks (OL21)

23-5-2015 12:50 23-5-2015 20:00:00 Europe/London Ever Decreasing Circles Part 2: The Bridestones Todmorden Station MAD Walkers
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