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redeye

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The Bollin Valley Way Part Two
« on: 21:16:31, 19/08/20 »
Part two of the Bollin Valley way is on more local stomping ground for me as this part I have walked around for years. Never done the whole lot, until now and really enjoyed another Saturday in very good warm weather.
Cheers
https://aredeyeview.blogspot.com/2020/08/the-bollin-valley-way-part-2-8th-august.html

Zizag

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Re: The Bollin Valley Way Part Two
« Reply #1 on: 23:35:37, 19/08/20 »
Very enjoyable read Redyeye,
 clear photos and an excellent description of your walk/hike .
Following on from where you left off in Hale where you lived.
 a nice walk down memory lane .
The parts you mention around Dunham Massey
And Little Bollington I have done lots of circular walks .
And know the Swan pub the Vine ,and Rope and Anchor all lovely watering holes
It's a lovely area which is nice for us locals who know It .
Also the Bridgewater  canal and the Ship canal and Transpennine trail Where you can mix and match walks .
After  crossing the TPT at Heatley that's as far as I have walked the BVW.
Where you Continued to Warburton and the Ship canal to the finish .
The weather was certainly in your favour .
Thanks again for sharing .
Zizag O0


redeye

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Re: The Bollin Valley Way Part Two
« Reply #2 on: 19:58:14, 20/08/20 »
Very enjoyable read Redyeye,
 clear photos and an excellent description of your walk/hike .
Following on from where you left off in Hale where you lived.
 a nice walk down memory lane .
The parts you mention around Dunham Massey
And Little Bollington I have done lots of circular walks .
And know the Swan pub the Vine ,and Rope and Anchor all lovely watering holes
It's a lovely area which is nice for us locals who know It .
Also the Bridgewater  canal and the Ship canal and Transpennine trail Where you can mix and match walks .
After  crossing the TPT at Heatley that's as far as I have walked the BVW.
Where you Continued to Warburton and the Ship canal to the finish .
The weather was certainly in your favour .
Thanks again for sharing .
Zizag O0
Thanks for your comment Zizag, much appreciated  O0