Aiggin Stone Amble

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Statistics and Files
Start: Todmorden
Distance: 28 miles (44 km)
Grid Ref: SD934245
Climbing: 1,477 metres
Walk time: 9-12 hours
Days: 1

Ordnance Survey Explorer Map (1:25,000)

Summary: The Aiggin Stone Amble walking route is traversed over the moorland of the Lancashire and West Yorkshire border. From the beginning in Todmorden the route goes by Dobroyd Castle, Stones, Burnt Hills, Weather Hill, Trough Edge End, Rough Hill, Crook Moor, Clay Pots Hill, Shore, Stubley Hall, Hollingworth Lake, Benny Hill, Clegg Moor, Blackstone Edge, Dick Slack, Warm Withins Hill, Rishworth Moor, Back o'th Height, Baitings Reservoir, Greenwood Clough, Manshead End, Great Manshead Hill, Slate Delfs Hill, Turvin Clough, Hove Yard Wood, Withens Clough Reservoir, Withens Gate, Bald Scout Hill, Coldwell Hill, Langfield Common, Gaddings Dam, Rake End and Salford before returning to Todmorden.

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