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You don‘t have to book a place to go on most of our walks - just turn up at the designated meeting place!

All our walks are either car or public transport based - meeting points are detailed in the walk descriptions. For more details see our transport and where to find us pages.

Before joining us on a walk, please read our Before Walking guidelines, along with our walk ratings information and disclaimer. Some of the more adventerous walks also include scrambles.


PLEASE ENSURE YOU ARE APPROPRIATELY EQUIPPED FOR WALKING!

If you do not have appropriate footwear, or are wearing jeans, the walk leader may refuse to let you join the walk. Also check the weather.

Please do not walk in front of the walk leader unless they are happy for you to do so, and make sure you stay close enough for the walk leader to quickly and easily get your attention if necessary.

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21

Wainwright bagging - Day 1 - DIY Weekend

CANCELLED Direct Transport based walk with Christopher Coleman.

14.0 mi

1250m

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14.0 mi

1250m

Wainwright bagging - Day 1 - DIY Weekend

CANCELLED Direct Transport based walk with Christopher Coleman.

21

...Peaky Blinder!!

Public Transport based walk with Dean Beaden.

12.0 mi

520m

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12.0 mi

520m

...Peaky Blinder!!

Public Transport based walk with Dean Beaden.

Following the popularity of this walk last year, a return to the Cheshire Matterhorn is planned!...

Leaving Macclesfield station, we make our way up to Teggs Nose Country Park, on the edge of the Peak District.

From here we make our way down through the valley and into Macclesfield Forest, we will then begin our ascent of Shutlingsloe.

The walk will then be at a good pace through the rest of the forest, before we get to the leather smithy, for a cheeky pub stop!

We will then head up to the famous Teggs Nose summit and onto the Gritstone trail, before heading back down into Macclesfield, for some well earned food and drink!

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.

09:20: Meet at Manchester Piccadilly for the train at 09:46. You will need to purchase a ticket prior to meeting.

Suggested ticket:

Northern rail - Return to Macclesfield

09:46: Train departs for the walk start at Macclesfield Station.

10:25: Walk starts at Macclesfield Station.

Return from Macclesfield Station. 15:21 16:21 17:21 18:21....

Waypoints: - Teggs Nose, Macclesfield Forest, Shutlingsloe.

21-7-2018 09:20 21-7-2018 20:00:00 Europe/London ...Peaky Blinder!! Macclesfield Station MAD Walkers

22

Wainwright bagging - Day 2 - DIY Weekend

CANCELLED Direct Transport based walk with Christopher Coleman.

12.5 mi

1250m

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12.5 mi

1250m

Wainwright bagging - Day 2 - DIY Weekend

CANCELLED Direct Transport based walk with Christopher Coleman.

22

Hebden to Haworth (back to Hebden)

Public Transport based walk with Celia Chu.

11.0 mi

300m

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11.0 mi

300m

Hebden to Haworth (back to Hebden)

Public Transport based walk with Celia Chu.

A linear walk starting from Hebden Bridge, through Hardcastle Crags, then heading into Haworth using the Calder-Aire Link and Pennine Way. We will pass through the famous Bronte sites of Top Withins and the Bronte Bridge. The walk should finish between 15:30 and 16:00. Feel free to head back to Hebden by taking the B3 bus at the bottom of the main street, or explore Haworth village or the Bronte Parsonage Museum before heading back. If interested, I am planning to walk back to Hebden from Haworth via a different route, aiming to set off at 16:15 by the latest. This adds about 8 miles, and is a fairly direct route, but is not as scenic or interesting. This should finish around 19:45.

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.

09:10: Meet at Manchester Victoria for the train at 09:30. You will need to purchase a ticket prior to meeting.

Suggested ticket:

Off peak day return £10.20, or duo return for £15.30. For people who are driving, suggest park at Hebden Rail Station.

09:30: Train departs for the walk start at Hebden Bridge Station.

10:15: Walk starts at Hebden Bridge Station.

Return from Hebden Bridge Station. 16:14, 17:14, 18:13, 19:21, 20:13, 21:26

Waypoints: Gibson Mill, Hardcastle Crags, Walshaw, Walshaw reservoirs, Pennine Way, Top Withins, Bronte Bridge, Haworth Parsonage Museum. Optional extra: Penistone Hill, Leeshaw Reservoir, Calder-Aire Link, Cri

B3 bus fro:

Stops outside Baptist church at bottom of village main street. Runs at 18 minutes past every hour, gets into Hebden Rail Station at 50 minutes past. Last bus on Sundays at 17:18.

Bronte Parsonage Museum opening times - 10:00 to 17:30.

22-7-2018 09:10 22-7-2018 20:00:00 Europe/London Hebden to Haworth (back to Hebden) Hebden Bridge Station MAD Walkers

22

Three Ways around Strines

Public Transport based walk suitable for new walkers, with Stuart Manning.

7.0 mi

300m

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7.0 mi

300m

Three Ways around Strines

Public Transport based walk suitable for new walkers, with Stuart Manning.

A laidback walk taking in the hillside, river and canal paths around Strines (Marple).

We begin by ambling through the meadows, horse fields and cottages above Strines train station. After descending past the amusingly named Bottom's Hall we turn to follow the river Goyt, which leads us to a peaceful lunch spot by a roman arch bridge. We then take the Crown Edge Way along the Peak Forest Canal with views down the valley. After crossing the river and reaching Brook Bottom we find our way to the pub, namely Goyt's Way and the Fox Hill Inn, for a drink or two on the scenic terrace. The Way home will be Midshires Way, for a short stroll back to Strines station.

Please note there are no toilets or shops at Strines. We will be meeting at Manchester Piccadilly station, please allow plenty of time to buy tickets and use the amenities if needed. Remember to bring lunch.

The route follows established paths, most of which are shaded or by water, so this is a good walk for a hot day.

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.

10:25: Meet at Manchester Piccadilly for the train at 10:45. You will need to purchase a ticket prior to meeting.

Suggested ticket:

Off-peak Day Return Manchester Piccadilly to Strines

10:45: Train departs for the walk start at Strines.

11:15: Walk starts at Strines.

Return from Strines. 15:05, 16:05, 17:05, 18:05 etc.

Waypoints: Lower Cliffe, The Banks, Tarden, Linnet Clough, Bottom's Hall, Goyt Way, Strawberry Hill, Crown Edge Way, Littlewoodend, Waterside, Hague Bridge, Goyt Way, Brook Bottom, Midshires Way

22-7-2018 10:25 22-7-2018 20:00:00 Europe/London Three Ways around Strines Strines MAD Walkers

26

Evening Stroll - Mersey Paradise: East Didsbury circular

Public Transport based walk suitable for new walkers, with Scott Nichols and Richard Broddle .

4.8 mi

47m

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4.8 mi

47m

Evening Stroll - Mersey Paradise: East Didsbury circular

Public Transport based walk suitable for new walkers, with Scott Nichols and Richard Broddle .

An evening stroll starting at East Didsbury Tram Station which will mostly follow the Trans Pennine Trail and The River Mersey. This is a nice summer evenings walk so hopefully a steady pace can be maintained that will allow for a drink or two at the near end of the walk at either The Didsbury or The Olde Cock Inn near Fletcher Moss Park. From here it is a 5-10 min stroll either back to East Didsbury Tram Stop, Didsbury Village Tram Stop or closer still if getting the train from East Didsbury Train Station.

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.

18:00: Meet at Manchester Victoria for the train at 18:12. You will need to purchase a ticket prior to meeting.

Suggested ticket:

Walk leaders to meet the group at East Didsbury Tram Stop at 18:45 for 19:00 start:

Suggested meeting point is Victoria Station for the tram, however options are a plenty for getting to the start point (see below).

To East Didsbury Tram Stop:

For the tram it is suggetsed the adult off-peak return from Victoria Station or further down the line at £4.20. https://www.citymetric.com/transport/new-manchester-metrolink-map-both-prettier-and-easier-use-3642

Trams every 6 minutes from Victoria taking 29 minutes to arrive at East Didsbury. I suggest the 18:12 at the latest from Victoria Station. Adjust accordingly if getting on further down the line.

For trains to East Didsbury Station there is the 18:13 from Oxford Road which arrives at 18:24 and the 18:34 from Piccadilly which arrives at 18:46. From East Didsbury station it is a short 4-5 min walk across the A34 Kingsway Road to East Didsbury Tram Stop. Two x £2 singles appears to be the best price. Return times are 21:56, 22:07 and 22:56 to Oxford Road and 23:55 to Piccadilly.

Alternatively if you are driving there is a big free car park situated at the East Didsbury Tram Stop. Bicycle stands for those arriving on bikes and plenty of pathways in for those of you that may choose to walk, gentley jog or skip to the starting point.

18:12: Train departs for the walk start at east didsbury.

19:00: Walk starts at east didsbury.

Return from east didsbury. Trams: 21:14 then every 12 mins until 23:38.

Waypoints: Trans Pennine Trail, Mersey Vale Nature Park, River Mersey, Kingsway Bridge, Fletcher Moss Park.

26-7-2018 18:00 26-7-2018 20:00:00 Europe/London Evening Stroll - Mersey Paradise: East Didsbury circular east didsbury MAD Walkers

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Is it a car?, Is it a plane or train?, No its Madwalkers!!

Public Transport based walk suitable for new walkers, with Jonny Franklin.

11.0 mi

120m

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11.0 mi

120m

Is it a car?, Is it a plane or train?, No its Madwalkers!!

Public Transport based walk suitable for new walkers, with Jonny Franklin.

Starting from Wilmslow Station; the route heads down to the Bollin Valley Way and follows the river through Quarry Bank Mill and Styal Village and on through the wooded valley of the Bollin to the Airport Hotel. Field paths, tracks ans quiet lanes are used to reach Mobberley Church where there is a pub stop. The way continues past Mobberley Station and on along a track by the side of Mobberley Brook to Birtles Farm and through a couple of fields to reach Ashley Village and a stop at the Greyhound Inn

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.

09:25: Meet at Manchester Piccadilly for the train at 09:46. You will need to purchase a ticket prior to meeting.

Suggested ticket:

GM Rail Ranger

 

09:46: Train departs for the walk start at Wilmslow Station.

10:25: Walk starts at Wilmslow Station.

Return from Ashley Train Station. 15:51, 16:51, 17:51

Waypoints: North Cheshire Way, Quarry Bank Mill, Styal Village, Giants Castle, Airport Hotel, Blakeley Lane, Mobberley Church, Mobberley Station, Birtles Farm, Ashley

28-7-2018 09:25 28-7-2018 20:00:00 Europe/London Is it a car?, Is it a plane or train?, No its Madwalkers!! Wilmslow Station MAD Walkers

29

The Clwydian Range

Car based walk with Andy Buckley. More details to follow.

29

0.0 mi

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The Clwydian Range

Car based walk with Andy Buckley. More details to follow.

Postponed until a later date.

29

Mam Tor Circular

Public Transport based walk with Andy Buckley.

9.0 mi

730m

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9.0 mi

730m

Mam Tor Circular

Public Transport based walk with Andy Buckley.

Note: Change of date.

From Edale station we head off up to Hollins Cross and Mam Tor before dropping down through Winnats Pass to the picturesque village of Castleton for a refreshment stop, from here we then head out of the village and up to Lose Hill followed by a ridge walk with exquisite (if you ignore the cement works!) views into both valleys before arriving back at Holins Cross and our final descent back into Edale hopefully in time for a second refreshment stop before our train home.

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.

Suggested ticket:

Return ticket (£11.80)

Wayfarer -this ticket (tram, bus or train) will also cover your travel from your home to the meet point at Manchester Piccadilly (£13).

09:45: Train departs for the walk start at Edale Station.

10:29: Walk starts at Edale Station.

Return from Edale Station. 15:46 and every hour.

Waypoints: Harden Clough (0.5), Hollins Cross (1.4), Mam Tor (2.2), Winnats Pass (3.3), Castleton (4.4), Lose Hill Hall (5.2), Lose Hill (6.5), Hollins Cross (7.7)

29-7-2018 09:30 29-7-2018 20:00:00 Europe/London Mam Tor Circular Edale Station MAD Walkers

1

Sale to Knott Bar Pub Social along the Bridgewater Canal

Direct Transport based walk suitable for new walkers, with Volker Funke.

5.5 mi

20m

1

5.5 mi

20m

Sale to Knott Bar Pub Social along the Bridgewater Canal

Direct Transport based walk suitable for new walkers, with Volker Funke.

This linear walk starts at Sale Tram Station, where we will join the Bridgewater Canal and follow the tow path all the way into Manchester. We will pass the back of Old Trafford and eventually reach Castlefield. On our way we should see herons, geese, ducks and various narrow boats as well of course. This is a great way to get into town, maybe you fancy cycling the same route next time. The walk should take just over 2 hours, so there will be plenty of time to have a few well-earned drinks with the others at the Knott Bar social afterwards.

Meet & Travel arrangements - Direct

This is a walk with direct transport arrangements, meeting at the walk start.

19:00: Meet at the walk start (Sale Tram Station)

19:00 Walk starts.

4

Before The BBQ - The Short One

Public Transport based walk with Angela Robinson. More details to follow.

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Before The BBQ - The Short One

Public Transport based walk with Angela Robinson. More details to follow.

The day's shorter walk, finishing at The Rams Head in Disley where the MAD Walkers summer BBQ is taking place

 

See the socials page for details of the BBQ and how to book

http://www.madwalkers.org.uk/socials/

8

Stockport's Crowning Glory

Public Transport based walk with John Ireland. More details to follow.

8

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Stockport's Crowning Glory

Public Transport based walk with John Ireland. More details to follow.

A linear walk from Brinnington into Stockport via Vernon Park, finishing at the Crown Inn beneath Stockport's famous viaduct, which is a better landmark than the Pyramid by M60 Jn. 1.

11

Welsh Marathon

Direct Transport based walk with Sarah Peppiatt. More details to follow.

11

0.0 mi

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Welsh Marathon

Direct Transport based walk with Sarah Peppiatt. More details to follow.

A full on hardcore walk from the edge of the Welsh borders over to the Horseshoe above Llangollen and back. Hopefully the heather will be out by then and on a good day the views across the Berwyns and beyond are stunning. More details to follow but giving early warning as it will be a very full day with early start/late finish and some people may prefer to stay over Friday or Saturday. It'll be a circular route from Ruabon station.

11

Water water Everywhere

Public Transport based walk with Jonny Franklin.

13.0 mi

250m

11

13.0 mi

250m

Water water Everywhere

Public Transport based walk with Jonny Franklin.

From Northwich the route follows the River Weaver to Vale Royal Locks and onto track past Vale Royal Abbey to the village of Whitegate. Field paths are used to reach the village of Foxtwist Green (lunch stop). The way continues to Marton Hole and onto the Whitegate Way with a final climb into Cuddington Station

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.

09:20: Meet at Manchester Piccadilly for the train at 09:41. You will need to purchase a ticket prior to meeting.

Suggested ticket:

Return to Cuddington  £10.50

09:41: Train departs for the walk start at Northwich Railway Station.

10:50: Walk starts at Northwich Railway Station.

Return from Cuddington Train Station. 16:23 17:23 18:23

Waypoints: River Weaver, Vale Royal Locks, Vale Royal Abbey, Whitegate, Foxtwist Green, Marton Hole, Whitegate Way, Cuddington

11-8-2018 09:20 11-8-2018 20:00:00 Europe/London Water water Everywhere Northwich Railway Station MAD Walkers

25

To the end of the line

Public Transport based walk with Alex Laver.

12.5 mi

590m

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12.5 mi

590m

To the end of the line

Public Transport based walk with Alex Laver.

Roughly following the East Lancs Railway from Bury to Rawenstall via Ramsbottom and Scout 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.

09:45: Meet at Manchester Victoria for the train at 10:00. You will need to purchase a ticket prior to meeting.

Suggested ticket:

Wayfarer adult ticket - £13.50

Covers the tram to/from Bury and the bus from Rawenstall to Bury

10:00: Train departs for the walk start at Bury Interchange.

10:30: Walk starts at Bury Interchange.

Return from Rawtenstall Station. 16:29, 16:44, 16:59, 17:29 - Bus from Rawenstall Bus Station

Waypoints: Burrs Country Park, Nuttall Park, Ramsbottom, Rossendale Way, Cowpe Lowe

25-8-2018 09:45 25-8-2018 20:00:00 Europe/London To the end of the line Bury Interchange MAD Walkers

1

We won't be using a steam train

Public Transport based walk with Stephen Smith.

19.0 mi

1050m

1

19.0 mi

1050m

We won't be using a steam train

Public Transport based walk with Stephen Smith.

A hop and skip over the hill from Hebden Bridge to Oxenhope (one end of the Keighley and Worth Valley Railway) and back again. Bailers out at the roughly halfway point could either indulge themselves with the train, or the more conventional bus back over the tops to Hebden and the (slightly more modern) train back to Manchester or wander into Howarth and play at tourist for the afternoon and make your own way back.

The walk itself starts with a steep climb out of the Calder Valley (I know this detail might come as a surprise) but once we reach the moorland at the top we have a relatively flat tour of some reservoirs and quarries until we drop into Oxenhope.

Bouncing back over the hill, we depart Oxenhope via a heathery and then steep route, before finding a boggy way to the hilltop, and drop off it again via a series of grouse butts. On the return we encounter Lumb Falls and the Pecket Well war memorial (looks like a mini Stoodley Pike) before the final wooded descent back into the valley.

 

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.

08:50: Meet at Manchester Victoria for the train at 08:58. You will need to purchase a ticket prior to meeting.

Suggested ticket:

A Manchester to Hebden return ticket costs £10.20.

08:58: Train departs for the walk start at Hebden Bridge Station.

09:30: Walk starts at Hebden Bridge Station.

Return from Hebden Bridge Station. Aiming for the 17:32 but there are three trains an hour back to Manc

Waypoints: High Brown Knoll, Warley Moor reservoir, Hambleton Top, Leeming reservoir, Oxenhope,Oxenhope Stoop Hill, Lumb Falls, Pecket Well War Memorial

1-9-2018 08:50 1-9-2018 20:00:00 Europe/London We won't be using a steam train Hebden Bridge Station MAD Walkers

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Glasgow Weekend Day 1

Public Transport based walk with Andy Buckley. More details to follow.

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Glasgow Weekend Day 1

Public Transport based walk with Andy Buckley. More details to follow.

This is a DIY weekend, if you want to come all you need to do is sort out your own transport and accomodation and join us on the walk. We will be basing ourselves in the city and then on the Saturday and Sunday there is a short train journey before you reach the southern section of Loch Lomond and the West Highland Way. 

8

Up & Across

Public Transport based walk with Luke Burley.

15.1 mi

1200m

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15.1 mi

1200m

Up & Across

Public Transport based walk with Luke Burley.

A slightly less visited first part of Kinder, followed by an exciting middle and a familiar final flourish.

This route takes us first to the eastern side of the Kinder Plateau via an exciting climb up the infamous Jaggers Clough. This is a fairly straightforward but very enjoyable climb, with the final part containing some easy scrambling if the stream happens to be low enough. Paths avoiding the rocks easily available.

We then make our way to Madwoman's Stones and across to the trig point at 590m, before following the northern edge for a while. A short off-piste section across potentially boggy moorland terrain follows, but don't despair, as the magnificent views from Kinder Downfall await us (weather permitting).

It's then a route back via The 3 Knolls, the southern edge, Grindslow Knoll and into Edale for some well deserved food and drink at 1 of the fine local establishments.

Please note if it's wet there will be a couple of boggy sections, so please be prepared - for the most part the route does follow good paths.

 

 

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.

08:35: Meet at Manchester Piccadilly for the train at 08:49. You will need to purchase a ticket prior to meeting.

Suggested ticket:

Return to Edale: £11-12

08:49: Train departs for the walk start at Edale Station.

09:35: Walk starts at Edale Station.

Return from Edale Station. 49 past the hour until 20:49

Waypoints: Edale YHA, Jaggers Clough, Madwoman's Stones, 590m trig point, Kinder Downfall, Crowden Tower, Grindslow Knoll

8-9-2018 08:35 8-9-2018 20:00:00 Europe/London Up & Across Edale Station MAD Walkers

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Glasgow Weekend Day 2

Public Transport based walk with Andy Buckley. More details to follow.

9

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Glasgow Weekend Day 2

Public Transport based walk with Andy Buckley. More details to follow.

Day two of our Glasgow weekend.

23

Malham Circular

Direct Transport based walk with John Ireland.

9.0 mi

480m

23

9.0 mi

480m

Malham Circular

Direct Transport based walk with John Ireland.

Please note - walk rescheduled again.

A circular around the limestone sights of Malham, taking in Gordale Scar, Malham Tarn and descending back to the village via Malham Cove.

Meet & Travel arrangements - Direct

This is a walk with direct transport arrangements, meeting at the walk start.

10:15: Meet at the walk start (Malham National Park Centre car park)

10:30 Walk starts.

Waypoints: Gordale Beck, Janet's Foss, Goredale Scar, Smearbottoms Lane, Low Stony Bank (Roman Camp), Street Gate, Great Close Plantation, Lings Plantation, Pennine Way, Ing Scar, Malham Cove

Extra:

Toilets at Walk Start, Car Park Fee is £4.50, Tea and Cakes in Malham at end of walk.

23-9-2018 10:15 23-9-2018 20:00:00 Europe/London Malham Circular Malham National Park Centre car park MAD Walkers

29

If Bayda'a Can Do It In Spirit.....

Public Transport based walk with Andy Buckley. More details to follow.

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If Bayda'a Can Do It In Spirit.....

Public Transport based walk with Andy Buckley. More details to follow.

A linear walk starting from Mossley to Glossop. On leaving Mossley we head up to Turf Pits- once we reach the summit, we continue along good tracks across the exposed moorland with undulating countryside. We then decend towards Tintwistle and circum-navigate Bottoms and Valehouse reservoirs before heading onto the Longdale Trail towards Padfield. Then, it's a bit of urban walking towards the end in Glossop.

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Day/Night Walk Part 1

Public Transport based walk with Andy Buckley & John Ireland. More details to follow.

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Day/Night Walk Part 1

Public Transport based walk with Andy Buckley & John Ireland. More details to follow.

17

Day/Night Walk Part 2

Public Transport based walk with Andy Buckley & John Ireland. More details to follow.

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Day/Night Walk Part 2

Public Transport based walk with Andy Buckley & John Ireland. More details to follow.

8

Santa Walk 2018

Public Transport based walk with Andy Buckley. More details to follow.

8

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Santa Walk 2018

Public Transport based walk with Andy Buckley. More details to follow.

15

Pre-Christmas Walk

Public Transport based walk with Andy Buckley. More details to follow.

15

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Pre-Christmas Walk

Public Transport based walk with Andy Buckley. More details to follow.

22

A Christmas Classic 5th Edition

Public Transport based walk with Steve Rawlins. More details to follow.

22

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A Christmas Classic 5th Edition

Public Transport based walk with Steve Rawlins. More details to follow.

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