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Alderley Edge Woodland Walk

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Alderley Edge Woodland Walk

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Alderley Edge Railway Station Wilmslow Road, Alderley Edge SK9 7QA England
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Manchester AirportManchester Metrolink82 min
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robnh61 wrote a review Nov 2020
Stockport, United Kingdom1,315 contributions310 helpful votes
We parked up and went for a walk through the woods with our pooch. It’s a lovely place and dogs can safely be let off their leads to enjoy themselves. The less physically able may need to mindful of some uneven ground caused by tree roots, but it’s definitely a good place to visit. You also get a great view across to the Pennines. Parking is nearby at £4 for 3 hours, and there’s also a very good tearoom
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Chez R wrote a review Nov 2020
Manchester, United Kingdom310 contributions127 helpful votes
enjoyed the walk around here, lots of things to see if you do geocaching this is a place to visit a bit muddy in places, but you would expect that with the weather great views even on a cloudy day
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Sara H wrote a review Oct 2020
Wilmslow, United Kingdom2 contributions
Amazing place, beautiful walks, however it is not enjoyable, as no one wants to do a 3 mile walk holding a bag of dog poo! It’s a disgrace that there are no bins in the whole park, not even at the car park. I asked at the cafe and they said it’s a real problem. It really is a problem, as you can see discarded poo bags left everywhere. There is a charge for parking, surely some of this would fund a few bins. Please sort it out National Trust.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Blahdeblah wrote a review Oct 2020
Stonehaven205 contributions153 helpful votes
Been coming here for about 50 years! There are wonderful walks all around and the stunning view point. Somehow I always get myself lost. Be sure to get an ice cream from Granelli's, they have been there even longer than I have been visiting! Note that the car park now charges £4 for 3 hours for non members. The tea room is open but the lovely Wizard Inn has been closed by the National Trust as they want to turn it in to a visitor centre - a great shame and a piece of history lost. There are toilets in the car park.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Aisha A wrote a review Sep 2020
7 contributions2 helpful votes
This place was lovely, parking was available £4 for 3 hours or £7 all day, there were a few different trails ... not very long and not very strenuous... but there were 2 different view point which did have amazing views so well worth a visit.. also there were toilet facilities at the car park not anywhere else though ...
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Date of experience: September 2020
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