Bog Dodgers Way

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Start: Marsden
Distance: 22 miles (35 km)
Grid Ref: SE047116
Climbing: 1,078 metres
Walk time: 9-12 hours
Days: 1

Ordnance Survey Explorer Map (1:25,000)

Summary: The Bog Dodgers Way is a demanding walking route in the Pennine Moors bordering Lancashire and West Yorkshire. The walk is an undulating trek over ground between 200 metres and 500 metres altitude. Valley, rough pasture, peat moorland and deep cloughs are all features of the way. From the beginning of the Bog Dodgers Way at Marsden Church the route goes to Binn Edge, Wessenden Reservoir, Great Hey Cote, Wessenden Head Reservoir, Marsden Clough, Digley Reservoir, Issues Road, Black Dike Head, Black Hill, Dean Head Moss, Featherbed Moss, Broadhead Moss, Black Moss Reservoir, Brun Moor, Close Moor, Northern Rocher, Haigh Gutter, Little Moss, Willmer Green Clough, Willykay Clough, Close Gate Bridge and Waters Road before returing into Marsden.

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