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Peter Walker: Track 3041 in area near Axe Edge Moor, Lancashire, Cheshire & the Southern Pennines (Britain)
Axe Edge Moor
Length: 1.5km, Creator time taken: 18m38s, Ascent: 40m,
Descent: 38m

Places: Start at SK03003 70200, Axe Edge Moor, end at Start
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Several tops 'rise' from the A53 south of Buxton, and Axe Edge Moor is one of them. I drove along the minor road towards the A54 and set off from an otherwise arbitrary point from where I could clearly see its trig column. A brisk walk across tufty grass with only minor wet patches quickly gained the top.
The summit
On the return I followed a thin track heading (so I thought) towards the road east of the start, but as it showed signs of straying too far in that direction I attempted a
beeline to the start, and paid for my impatience with immersion in a bog hole.
Looking to the famous Cat & Fiddle pub

Uploaded on: Mon, 20 Jul 2015 (21:39:40)
Trackback: https://mountainviews.ie/track/3041/  
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