Date(s) - 02/10/2016
10:00 am - 3:00 pm
A challenging, spectacular 100ft abseil
Miller’s Dale was once an important railway junction, where passengers for Buxton joined or left the trains between London and Manchester on the old Midland Railway. Since the railway was closed in 1970 the station has become an important car park and access point to local walks. The hamlet is still dominated by the impressive, massive railway viaducts across the Wye valley here
10.00am – 12.00 midday
12.00 midday – 3.00pm
£15 to enter and £30 suggested sponsorship
You should report to the Bridge 15 minutes prior to your slot so we can briefed and equip you, late arrival will result in abseil time being afforded to someone else waiting. Your own abseil time will then be slotted in later.
This will help us put bums in harnesses!
Address for Bridge – SK17 8SN – Station Car Park – B6049.
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