Todmorden Centenary Way

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Start: Todmorden
Grid Ref: SD936242
Distance: 24 miles (38 km)
Climbing: 1,450 metres
Walk time: 9-12 hours
Days: 1-2

Ordnance Survey Explorer Map (1:25,000)

Summary: The Todmorden Centenary Way is a demanding walking route around the P{ennine town of Todmorden. It was created to commemorate the centenary of the granting of Borough status and it takes in all of the areas distinguising geographical features which include moorland, valleys, woodland, reservoirs, villages and ruins of buildings and settlements from various ages of the regions history. The route is waymarked with a circular disc bearing a yellow arrow on green background with the wording Todmorden Centenary Way. The walk which begins and ends in the centre of town visits Hole Bottom, Whirlaw Stones, Great Rock, Staups Dam, Dean, Mulcture Hall, the Rochdale Canal at Eastwood, Holmcote Bridge, Stoodley Pike Monument, Withens Gate, Bald Scout Hill, Coldwell Hill, Langfield Common, Warland Reservoir, Warland, Steanor Bottom Toll House, Summit Tunnel, Cranberry Dam, Inchfield, Foul Clough, Freeholds Top, Trough Edge, Inchfields Moor, Counting Hill, Holden Gate, Lower Moor, Bearnshaw Tower, Cornholme, Pudsey, Shore, Hudson Moor, Harley Wood, River Calder, Ewood Hall and Buckley Wood.

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