Walks In Tameside 2 – Southern Tameside Walks
Walks In Tameside 2 – Southern Tameside includes mapping and route finding text for 20 great circular walks, with a total of over 92 miles of footpaths.
Tameside has some great walking, most of it undiscovered by it’s residents. The 20 circular walks included in Walks In Tameside 2 cover the areas of Broadbottom, Denton, Dukinfield, Hollingworth, Hyde and Mottram. The walking varies in levels of difficulty but most people who are reasonably fit are capable of completing the majority of them without any problems.
Some walks may stray into more than one town or occasionally into a different borough. Most of the walks take between 1-2 hours to complete, although a couple are around 2½ hours. The terrain is a mixture of paths and tracks across farmland, fields and along canals or rivers.
Some of the places visited in Walks In Tameside 2 are
the Werneth Low Country Park, the Peak Forest Canal, Godley and Benfield in Hyde. The Haughton Dale Nature Reserve, Hulmes Wood and the River Tame in Denton. The Peak Forest Canal in Dukinfield. Hodgefold, The Hague, Tom Wood and Great Wood in Broadbottom. Warhill and Roe Cross in Mottram. Swallows Wood and Devil’s Bridge in Hollingworth.
There are some splendid countryside walks, especially in the Werneth Low and Broadbottom areas. Also not to be outdone, are the moors above Mottram and Stalybridge. The trig point on Hollingworthall Moor is a place of solitude with fine views over Tameside and Manchester.
Some of the places visited in Walks In Tameside 2 have a long history for example Werneth Low, Great Wood, Hulmes Wood and the Haughton Dale Nature Reserve.
Full mapping and route finding text is available by clicking on the link Walks In Tameside.
The video shows some of the paths, tracks and views of the varied walks in Walks In Tameside 2 – Southern Tameside.
Walks In Tameside 1