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Marple Bridge circular.
Date: Sunday 2 November 2008
Start gridref: SJ964893
Start time: 11am
Distance: 8 miles
Longer description: Start from Marple Bridge CP, Brabyns Brow, near Midland Hotel.
Starting from car park opposite Marple station, we join the canal for a short time then across country up to Mellor church. We continue south towards new Mills before rejoining the canal for the return to Marple.
This is mistakenly labelled C+ in our printed programme. It is NOT hillier than usual for this grade of walk.
Contact name: Trevor Vaughan
Contact phone: 0161 439 6623
* Dogs are permitted on this walk
* This is a car-free walk
Information about the organising Group
(MR06) Stockport Group
Unless stated otherwise, dogs are allowed on walks, provided they are kept under close control.
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