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Hayfield and Mount Famine

We met at Hayfield Bus Station and after a short warm-up headed up and out to the back of Chinley Churn which opened up stunning views in every direction. After a short while on the bridleway we turned for the top of Chinley Churn for 360* views. After a pause for breath we then made the steep descent down some of the old quarry inclines towards Ashen Clough.


After a sharp climb up to Glossop Road we had a little snack break before continuing up and around the farm on Mount Famine, joining the Pennine Bridleway all the way back to Hayfield, absolutely superb weather and clear views. 11.5km and nearly 500M of ascent too.



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