Manchester Pedestrian Club
Saturday Walking Around Greater Manchester
Given are the walk number and date, the name of the walk, its location in relation to Manchester, and the grade of the A walk. The B and C walks are shorter (usually 8-9, 5-6 miles), and less strenuous.
|Walk||Date||Name||Location||Grade of 'A' walk|
|5382||4 Jan||Dunham||SW||8 m, moderate, fairly flat|
|5383||11 Jan||Diggle Circular||NE||8 m, some strenuous, rough, steep|
|5384||18 Jan||Castleton||SE||10 m, moderate|
|5385||25 Jan||Castleshaw Roman Fort||NE||10 m, moderate|
|5386||1 Feb||Chinley||SE||10 m, undulating|
|5387||8 Feb||Cown Edge||SE||12 m, hilly, moderate pace|
|5388||15 Feb||Gritstone Trail (Macc)||E||This new walk, sadly, had to be cancelled (Stormy weather)|
|5389||22 Feb||Marsden||NE||Sadly, cancelled due to bad weather|
|5390||29 Feb||Leap Day Walk: Lad's Leap||?||8 m, some ascent with soggy ground - turned out to be a lovely walk, worth repeating|
|5391||7 Mar||Holme Valley||NE||8 m, mainly moderate, some ascent|
|5392||14 Mar||West Pennines||N||- Cancelled because of Covid-19 pandemic-|
|5393||21 Mar||Hayfield||E||- Cancelled because of Covid-19 pandemic-|
|5394||28 Mar||Tintwistle||E||- Cancelled because of Covid-19 pandemic-|
|5395||4 Apr||Three Shires||SE||- Cancelled because of Covid-19 pandemic-|
|5396||11 Apr||Leadmill||E||- Cancelled because of Covid-19 pandemic-|
Montgomery, Tyn Y Coed
|Wales||- Cancelled because of Covid-19 pandemic-|
|5398||25 Apr||White Nancy||S||- Cancelled because of Covid-19 pandemic-|
|5399||2 May||Dales of Wye||SE||- Cancelled because of Covid-19 pandemic-|
|5400||9 May||Frodsham Circular||W||- Cancelled because of Covid-19 pandemic-|
|5401||16 May||Ladybower||E||- Cancelled because of Covid-19 pandemic-|
|5402||23 May||Lose Hill||E||- Cancelled because of Covid-19 pandemic-|
|5403||30 May||Ripponden Round||NE||- Cancelled because of Covid-19 pandemic-|
|5404||6 Jun||Edale Circular||E||- Cancelled because of Covid-19 pandemic-|
|5405||13 Jun||Combs||E||- Cancelled because of Covid-19 pandemic-|
|5406||20 Jun||Pendle||N||- Cancelled because of Covid-19 pandemic-|
|5407||27 Jun||Bleaklow||E||- Cancelled because of Covid-19 pandemic-|
|5408||4 Jul||Sandstone Trail||W||- Cancelled because of Covid-19 pandemic-|
|Starting up after Covid-19 lockdown|
Ashton & Rochdale Canals
(replaced Hathersage Medley 16 m, strenuous)
11:30. Meet at the corner of Ducie Street and Piccadilly Station approach.
The walk takes us through Piccadilly village on the Ashton Canal to the Etihad football stadium, from here we walk down Hulme hall Lane to pick up the Rochdale Canal. On both canals can be seen buildings from Manchester's industrial heritage alongside the redevelopment of Ancoats and the Northern Quarter. 4 m.
Darwen Moor |
(replaced Cat & Fiddle 17 m, strenuous)
11:00. Royal Arms Pub Ryal Fold Tockholes Road BB3 0PA
The walk is a seven signpost walk over Darwen Moor and through Roddlesworth woods and is taken from the PNFS Spring 2020 magazine. The additional four miles takes in two reservoirs before returning to the pub. There is a natural break after 5.5 miles should some members wish to have a shorter walk. 5.5 m.
Shatton Mast Brough |
(replaced Bamford 14 m, strenuous)
11:00. Travellers Rest, Brough Lane, Hope Valley, High Peak S33 9HG.
After Travellers Rest, picks up the river at Shatton village, which we follow to the steppingstones. From here we walk up to Offerton Hall and then on to the mast. Coming down we walk through Overdale nature reserve, down from Bradwell Edge to Bradwell village and back to the Travellers Rest. 9 m.
(replaced Eastern Edges 17 m, sustained)
|E||11:00. Royal Hotel Hayfield, then Phoside farm, Peep O' Day, quarries, Over Hill Road (turn right) bridleway to the TV mast, Moorland Road, Sett Valley trail, Heyfield. 9 m.|
Teggs Nose Country Park |
11.00. Teggs Nose carpark (charge £3.00 all day)
We follow the Gritstone trail to Green Barn, on to Leathers Smithy pub, walk down the tracks at Ridgegate Reservoir and on to the Ranger Hut. From here we take the Red marker route through the forest, which we follow all the way back to the carpark. This is a strenuous walk and will be taken at a moderate pace with morning, lunch and afternoon stops. As the route is well marked and easy to follow, members who are fitter and can manage a faster pace can proceed at their own pace back to the carpark. 9 m.
|5414||15 Aug||Loggerheads||W||13 m, fairly stenuous, moderate pace|
|5415||22 Aug||Boulsworth Hill||N||12 m, field paths then moorland with one strenuous ascent|
|5416||29 Aug||Three Rivers||SE||m|
|5417||5 Sep||Roaches||SE||10 m, undulating, tricky underfoot|
|5418||12 Sep||New Mills Torrs||E||9 m, slightly undulating|
|5419||19 Sep||Kinder Scout||W||15 m, moorland, one strenuous climb|
|5420||26 Sep||Millers Dale||SE||10 m, moderate|
|5421||3 Oct||Lakes Festival||Lakes||Various|
|5422||10 Oct||Alport||E||13 m, hilly, moderate pace|
|5423||17 Oct||Whaley Bridge||SE||8 m, hilly, moderate pace|
|5424||24 Oct||Black Hameldon||NE||13 m, difficult|
|5425||31 Oct||Longdendale by train||E||13 m, undulating, moderate pace|
|5426||7 Nov||Hebden Bridge||NE||m|
|5427||14 Nov||Saddleworth Moor||NE||m|
|5428||21 Nov||Macclesfield Forest||SE||m|
|AGM||5 Dec||T B A||The President||m|
Full list of MPC walks is available on separate page.
Created: 23 November 2019, last updated 2 July 2020 taking Covid-19 lockdown into account.
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