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Stockport

'... At 12:00 hrs noon on the Sunday all checkpoints will be closed down, no responsibility can be accepted for transporting any hiker to Hazel Grove after this time unless the hiker reports to a c ...
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'Enjoy a walk through the surrounding picturesque woodland and along the Peak Forest Canal before stopping for refreshments inside the beautiful chapel. The wonderful new information trail around t ...
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'The idea of circular cruising routes is probably as old as pleasure cruising on the canals but it was not until 1965 that the term "ring" was applied to what had previously been called the Peak Fo ...
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'The path starts at Hazel Grove and heads east towards Marple where you can enjoy waterside stretches along the Macclesfield and Peak Forest Canals and views of the River Goyt. You then begin the a ...
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'The River Etherow rises on the moors east of Longdendale. Flowing via the five Longdendale reservoirs it then turns southwest through Broadbottom to join the River Goyt near Compstall. The Goyt ri ...
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'Fred Perry is one of Stockport's most famous sons and was born in Portwood in 1909. He won the men's singles in 1934, 1935 and 1936 and was the last English men's tennis player to win Wimbledon. F ...
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'This series of guides, designed and published by the late Gordon Mills in 1998 on behalf of Marple Community Council, provides a selection of everything Marple has to offer featu ...
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'For much of its length, the Middlewood Way runs close to the Macclesfield Canal, and there are many options for easy circular walks. For the more adventurous, the extensive publi ...
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'There is an organised walk of 8-12 miles every Sunday (except when a weekend away has been organised). On Wednesdays there is a 8-12 mile every 2 weeks and a shorter easier walk the other 2 weeks. ...
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'Stockport is rich in countryside sites. Large country parks at Reddish Vale and Compstall (Etherow Country Park), smaller sites scattered throughout the Borough and the three major river valleys ( ...
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'We hike all year round and members have the choice of walking on three days of the week, at four different levels of ability. Walks and hikes vary from 4 to 10 miles in length with shorter, season ...
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