Bollington, the Canal and Kerridge Hill

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The walk is a combination of canal and the Kerridge Ridge on which is the folly known as White Nancy. It is an enjoyable walk with spectacular scenery from the long ridge section and a great sense of achievement on reaching the outrageously shaped summit building. The climbing is mostly very gradual on the southern approach, though I was glad to use my walking-pole on the steeper descent into the outskirts of the town.

England - North England - Cheshire - Canal Walk

Features

Ancient Monument, Birds, Butterflies, Cafe, Church, Flowers, Food Shop, Good for Kids, Great Views, Hills or Fells, Pub, Public Transport, Restaurant, River, Toilets, Wildlife, Woodland
05/12/2017 - David Fox

Cool December day. Overcast. Quite muddy canal being dredged. Stone walls being rebuilt and amazing views along the ridge. Eggs now £2 for six and duck eggs £1 each! Dave F

22/11/2012 - Kate Boutinot

Enjoyable walk despite over 2 miles flogging along the canal bank. I found the Sat Nav reference to be incorrect, it took be up High Street which is on the other side of the road, but it could be my software. At point 21 it says turn right after going through the gate. I disagree with this. I think it should say " go straight ahead". If you turn right you would be going up a culture-de-sac called Cow Lane.

25/07/2012 - Walkingworld Admin

Our thanks to Jim Grindle for his update and new photo for this walk. July 2012. Adrian (Admin)

24/07/2012 - Jim Grindle

I walked this route again in July 2012 and found that White Nancy had been re-painted for the Olympics and for the Queen's Jubilee. Get up there if you can and see them before they're painted over. Jim Grindle.

09/11/2011 - Graham Whibley

Walk ID3537 has been affected by inflation - At point 9 the 'free range eggs, £1 for half a dozen' had become 'fresh farm eggs £2 for half a dozen' at the end of October 11.

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10.6 Miles
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Pubs, cafes and restaurants
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8.1 Miles