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WELCOME TO THE HODDER WAY WALK:

INTRODUCTORY NOTES

Author : Peter Dobson (H.Q.) SD560368 : About see Peter Laurence Photography LRPS
Work began on the route in Aug 2003
It has been written up and kindly tested by friends from Kendal Mountain Rescue Team
You are welcome to download and use the description and maps

BASIC FACTS
It is free to download for personal use.It may not be published, distributed copied or sold.
It uses existing public footpaths and some concessionary paths where it allows closer access to the
River Hodder. It starts from the source near the cross of Greet and follows the developing hodder stream
over what is now open access land.

Length of Walk 40 Kilometres (25 Miles) Approx.
Undulating Walk with some short steep Ascents / Ground Boggy in Places.
Starting Height 427 Metres approx also the highest point.
OS Map required Sheet 103 or 1:25000 map Bowland series.


OTHER INFORMATION

For those with an interest in water the Hodder Aqueduct from Stocks reservoir follows the river till
about Doeford Bridge

Hodder and Thirlmere Aqueducts

Thirlmere Way. You are welcome to check out our findings. If someone should ask what you are doing it
may be best not to tell them everything as you may be looked upon as an anorak or worse.

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