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Salter's Way

43 km / 27 miles

Cheshire
The Way follows an old salt track across lowland Cheshire from the salt area around Northwich to the moors above Macclesfield. It passes still-working brine pumps, as well as such varied features as Jodrell Bank and the raised lowland bog of Danes Moss.


Details:

Path Type
Anytime Challenges
Attributes
Anytime Challenges; Moorland; Industrial History
Start
SJ684731 - Broken Cross, Cheshire
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Finish
SJ983762 - Salterford, Cheshire
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Publications, Badges and Certificates:

Booklet
Salter's Way (John Merrill Foundation - 1991)
Badge & Certificate
Badge & Certificate for Salter's Way (John Merrill Foundation)
Paperback
John Merrill Challenge Walk Reference Book (John Merrill Foundation - 2013)

Maps:

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Contains Ordnance Survey data © Crown copyright and database right 2016.
© OpenStreetMap contributors under Open Database Licence.
Rights of way data from selected Local Authorities.
Large scale digital mapping is provided by John Thorn.
At high zoom levels the route is indicative only.
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Accommodation within 5 Km of this Path:

 
 
From Path
Along Path
Self-catering
Kerridge End Holiday Cottages  (bookable online)
< 1 Km
37 Km
Walkers are Welcome
3 Km
38 Km
Self-catering
Common Barn Cottages  (bookable online)
< 1 Km
41 Km
Other
Common Barn Farm B&B  (bookable online)
< 1 Km
41 Km

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Downloads:

GPS Exchange Format Route File
MemoryMap Route file
Tracklogs Route file

Route Profile:

43.9 Km (27.3 miles)
779 m (2,556 ft) ascent
398 m (1,306 ft)  maximum height