Nearby: Oldham

www.open-walks.co.uk/Directory/Oldham/

Category:Oldham
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The Category Oldham is a subset of Greater Manchester. Browse through the Brief Records in the Category or look at the broader Category to find a List of the Titles of all the Entities associated with Oldham which have so far been described in this Directory. Clicking on a Title will link you to the Entity's Full Record.

www.oldham.gov.uk/cromptonmoor

Category:Oldham
Overview

'Crompton Moor rises above the town of Shaw, and is a unique and popular recreation site in Oldham. The site is great for wildlife. Birdwatchers can see kestrel, red grouse, golden plover, snipe, curlew, skylark and meadow pipit. There are also foxes, weasels, common shrews, stoats and hares ... The Oldham Way and Crompton Circuit local trails also cross the site.'

www.ramblers.org.uk/oldham

Category:Oldham
Overview

'Oldham Group helps local people enjoy walking and protect the places we all love to walk. We are a very active group offering throughout the year: Two walking groups on Sundays - easy and moderate. One Wednesday walk with pub lunch/ an easy or moderate day walk.'

www.visitoldham.com/activities/walking-and-trails

Category:Oldham
Overview

'There are countless walks around Oldham and the surrounding countryside just waiting to be discovered.'

See also

Parks, Countryside and Canals [Oldham Council]

www.wednesdaywalkers.org/pages/walks.html

Category:Oldham
Overview

'To celebrate our twenty-fifth anniversary we published a book containing 25 of our favourite walks. We have now decided to publish these walks on our web site so they will be available for all to enjoy ... If you have enjoyed one or more of these walks why not show your appreciation by making a donation to Oldham Mountain Rescue ?'

Description from

Wednesday Walkers

www.oldham.gov.uk/info/200393/parks_countryside_and_canals/700/open_ac...

Category:Oldham
Overview

'There are some areas of Oldham where you can enjoy the land without having to stay on footpaths. Most of these open access areas are moorland and common land within the hills of the South Pennines.'

Description from

Oldham Council

www.visitoldham.com/activities/public-art-sculpture-trail-p191481

Category:Oldham
Overview

'A number of pieces of art have been installed along the length of the Huddersfield Canal through Oldham, to reflect images of life on the canal. These have been designed by a number of local artists, with the inspiration from local school children. They fall into three areas: gateways features along the length of the canal, a mural in Dobcross and play areas in Diggle.'

Description from

Visit Oldham

www.ramblers.org.uk/oldham

Category:Oldham
Distance (miles)40
Overview

'In 2015 the Oldham Way is to be relaunched with hopefully our Real Oldham Way being adopted, thereby removing the road sections and perambulating through Moston Brook which is well on the way to be a new country park!' ALERT The Oldham Ramblers - from whose former Web Site this quote was taken - have now moved their Web presence to the Ramblers' Association Website.

www.huddersfieldcanal.com

Category:Oldham
Overview

'This Project aims to enhance and stimulate public understanding of Canals: by encouraging you to visit these wonderful places, by guiding and informing your presence, and by illuminating history that does not immediately or easily reveal itself.' Note that the Audio Trail Link did not function on review - so I have replaced it with one to the Canal Society Website which had a brief description of the Trail on its (rather long) Home Page.

www.visitoldham.com/group-travel/saddleworth-village-secrets

Category:Oldham
Overview

'These trails are a great way to explore the historic villages of Saddleworth and learn more about the history of the area: Delph ... Diggle ... Dobcross ... Uppermill.'

Description from

Oldham Council

See also

Saddleworth Historical Society

www.tameside.gov.uk/countryside/tamevalleyway

Distance (miles)24
Overview

'Walking trail linking Denshaw in Saddleworth with Stockport town centre. It broadly follows the course of the River Tame and is a varied and attractive walk, combining hill country, riverside and canal walking, woodlands, meadows and industrial heritage.'

See also

Tame Valley Way [GPS Cycle & Walking Routes]

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