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27th May 2009
Stockton Heath to Runcorn
Our latest walk from Stockton Heath to Runcorn has been published. Another enjoyable walk which completes our jaunt along the Bridgewater Canal.

You can view the photos and read about the latest walk, feel free to leave a comment against any of the photos.

Any suggestions for the next canal? The Macclesfield, Huddersfield, Lancaster, Rochdale? There are lots to go at. ;)

Posted by Brian and Thomas at 23:12


Posted by bargee on 28th June 2010 at 11:14
Definetly the Huddersfield.
It is a superb walk and cruise.
but start in manchester and take in the Ashton canal too.
1st day from Piccadilly basin to Ashton is a good urban walk.
2nd day- Ashton to Grenfield/ uppermill takes you up the valley and a walk through scout tunnel.
3rd day over the he top to Marsden whilst the canal burrows below, best walked up boat lane then along Stanedge edge before dropping down to Marsden
the last day is the drop into huddersfield through Slaithwaite. lovely,
just done expect to see many boats.
continue on round via the Huddersfield broad/ calder and hebble and rochdale to make a great circular. you will enjoy it.
Iain The bargee


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