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in this area.

We left the rail­way at the viaduct which is now very popular as an ab­seil­ing site, watch­ing the par­tic­i­pants swing­ing 50 or 60 feet above us.

The route then led us to Chee Dale, primeval in ap­pear­ance, and we strug­gled to ne­go­ti­ate over­grown veg­e­ta­tion, slip­pery rocks pol­ished through the pass­ing of many feet, steep cliffs over­head and fi­nally step­ping stones along the river.

After this ex­cite­ment we were again able to ac­cess the Mon­sal Trail to make our way back to the car park, to com­plete a thor­oughly en­joy­able and in­ter­est­ing day out.

If you would like to join us on a walk, see www. stock­por­tram­blers.org.uk.

The step­ping stones in Chee Dale. Stock­port Ram­blers ex­plore the area around the Mon­sal Trail

Stock­port Ram­blers, above and be­low, ex­plor­ing the area around the Mon­sal Trail and Chee Dale in Der­byshire

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