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Trollers Trot

43 km / 27 miles

N Yorkshire
Trollers Trot was devised in 1985 as part of the West Yorkshire LDWA celebrations to mark their 10th anniversary. This tough challenge, with 3750 ft of ascent, starts at Bolton Abbey Car Park and visits Simons Seat, Trollers Ghyll, Burnsall, Linton Falls (Grassington), Winterburn Reservoir and Rylstone Church. It returns to Bolton Abbey over Rylestone Fell. A shorter version of the route is run as an annual challenge event on the first Saturday in March each year and continues to be an open anytime challenge event with a badge and certificate available from the Recorder.


Details:

Path Type
Anytime Challenges
Attributes
Anytime Challenges; Moorland
Start and Finish
SE070539 - Bolton Abbey, N Yorkshire
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Publications, Badges and Certificates:

Leaflet
Trollers Trot (John Sparshatt - 2007)
Badge & Certificate
Badge & Certificate for Trollers Trot (John Sparshatt - 2007)

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Accommodation within 5 Km of this Path:

 
 
From Path
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Self-catering
Rose Cottage  (bookable online)
5 Km
< 1 Km
B & B Accommodation
Grassington Lodge  (bookable online)
< 1 Km
20 Km
B & B Accommodation
Rockwood House  (bookable online)
3 Km
37 Km

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Route Profile:

44.1 Km (27.4 miles)
1,151 m (3,776 ft) ascent
465 m (1,526 ft)  maximum height