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Standedge Circuit - Try a Trail
A moderate circular walk starting at Marsden, at the head of the Colne Valley. The 10 mile long route uses part of the Pennine Way National Trail and visits the Standedge Tunnel.

THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW.
 
Distance
10.1 miles/16km
Height Gain
412m
Grade
Cycle Grade
OS Map Number
OS Explorer map 21 (South Pennines) And OS Explorer map 1 (Peak District)
Car (Parking)
Stiles
Steps
Circular
Linear
Start Point
Marsden Railway Station
Nearest Town
Marsden
Public Transport
WYMetro : www.wymetro.com or 0113 245 7676. Rail services to Marsden from Huddersfield, Leeds and Manchester. Buses from Huddersfield.
Toilets on Route
Marsden and at Standedge Tunnel visitor centre (opening times vary)
Nearest Refreshments
Pubs and cafes in Marsden and refreshments available at the Standedge Tunnel visitor centre (opening times vary)
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