Dunford Round

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Start: Langsett
Distance: 21 miles (34 km)
Grid Ref: SE211004
 
Climbing: 930 metres
Walk time: 8-10 hours
Days: 1

Ordnance Survey Explorer Map (1:25,000)

Summary: The Dunford Round is a challenging circular walk in the valleys and moors of South Yorkshire, between the cities of Manchester and Sheffield, which border the western side of the South Pennines and the northmost fringes of the Peak District National Park. From the nominal starting point of the circuit at Langsett the walk visits Langsett Reservoir, Fullshaw, Ecklands, Ranah Stones, Catshaw Cross, Shiner Hill, Upper Whitley Edge, Blackstone Edge, Anchor Hill, Cheese Nab Gate, Jackson Bridge, Hepworth, Barnside, Crow Hill, Nab Hill, Finkle edge, Carlecotes, Townhead, Dunford Bridge, Windle Edge, Upper Windleden Reservoir, Woodlands Clough, South Nab (trig point 461 metres), Snow Road, Bord Hill, Swinden, Hingcliff Common, Mauk Royd, Thickwoods and Upper Midhope before crossing the Langsett Reservoir Dam and back to the starting point in Langsett.

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