Saturday 27 April 2024
Approx. 6 miles
Discover the field systems, settlements, cairns and the stone circle that were at the centre of the life and death of Bronze Age farmers living on Bamford Moor from 2400 to 1000 BC. Walk up through an ancient oak forest up to Bamford Edge, take in the stunning views over Ladybower and Win Hill from the Edge and explore the Bronze Age remains on Bamford Moor including the less well-known but well-preserved stone circle on Hordron Edge.
Event Grade: Moderate: moderate walks on ground with sometimes rough and uneven terrain and gradients.
Event Terrain: Not pushchair nor wheelchair friendly.
Start: 10am Finish: 3.0pm
Meeting Point: Heatherdene Car Park. Off A6013 opposite Ladybower Reservoir.
Grid Reference: SK 203 860 Post Code:S33 0HQ What3Words: incurs.friends.bookshelf
Parking: Pay & Display. Toilets at the start of the walk.
Near Bus Route: Yes.
Near Rail Station: Yes. Bamford Station (2.3 miles)
Dogs: Assistance dogs only allowed.
Cost: £10 per person aged 18 and above. Those under 18 who are good walkers can attend at no charge but still need to book a place.
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