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    GM Ringway 5 Middlewood To Strines (Dec 2020)

    Walking route mapped by  Andrew Read Photo
    2 years ago

    Starts near Poynton, GBSEARCH NEARBY
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    ROUTE METRICS
    8.181 miles
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    869 ft | 925 ft
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    Mixed
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    About

    Stage 5 of the GM Ringway, Greater Manchester's long-distance walking route, takes us right to the edge of the Peak District.

    The shorter version of the trail is only 5.8 miles long. The longer version (7.8 miles long, shown as a diversion on the map) uses lovely paths to visit Lyme Park and its famous hall.

    Highlights include:
    - Colourful forest paths in Middle Wood and Disleybank Wood
    - Sections of the pretty Macclesfield and Peak Forest Canals
    - Quiet paths along Bollinghustr Brook
    - Heritage and classic scenery in Lyme Park with its Grade I-listed hall
    - Fine views towards Mellor Moor and the Peak from Marple Ridge
    - The old calico-printing settlement of Strines.

    There are more ups and downs than on previous stages, particularly in Disleybank Wood and along the ridge in Lyme Park, and again muddy sections after wet weather.

    Both route options include more ups and downs than the previous stages, though the only steep paths are in Disleybank Wood. There will, of course, be muddy sections after wet weather, though another diversion indicates one option for missing the worst of the mud.

    Warnings

    Please be careful to observe all signs for rights of way when following other people's routes, as we cannot guarantee that they do not cross private or hazardous land.

    Please also be considerate and mindful of the interests of local residents when parking and following routes.

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