White Nancy

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Geoffrey W
Wakefield, England15 bidrag
Extensive Views
aug. 2021
Our hotel provided details of walks in the area; White Nancy was part of a 3 mile walk. The walk itself was interesting (some lovely properties on route) but there were beautiful views of the surrounding countryside from elevated sections of the walk. White Nancy itself wasn't particularly interesting, but formed part of the walk.
Skrevet 8. august 2021
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Davebenton
Stratford-upon-Avon, UK19 bidrag
Hidden gem with great views
jul. 2021
Was not aware of White Nancy before visiting the area. Straightforward walk up, not too strenuous and takes about 25 minutes from High Street. Fantastic views from the top and plenty of places to sit and take those views in.
Skrevet 1. august 2021
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Hollie Ivy
Manchester, UK63 bidrag
Quite Short but Amazing Views
nov. 2020 • Par
We went for a walk up to White Nancy over the weekend and were really impressed by how vast the views are over the valley! Definitely a good place for a quick Sunday walk if you don’t have heaps of time. All in all the walk itself took around an hour and a half including time to stop at the top and take in the views.

Following comments from another review, we parked on Chancery Lane and took the steps in the corner of Cow Lane. We walked up through the field of cows (I’m quite scared of cows usually but they were pretty calm and kept their distance) then took a right at the top to take us along the track.

We climbed the rocky path up to the top (left of the track) and found White Nancy herself. Gorgeous views even on a cloudy day so it must be even better in summer!

On the way down we took the stairs which was an easier descent than trying to climb down the rocky path - heads up though, it’s very slippery and muddy in Autumn/Winter so definitely take wellies or something with grip!

Nice walk all in all - the views are great and it doesn’t take up your whole day.
Skrevet 17. november 2020
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Nicola D
Hessle, UK2 983 bidrag
Exhilarating walk with great views!
nov. 2020
White Nancy stands on the top of Kerridge Hill in the village of Bollington where we were staying. It is a white painted folly which was built originally as a summer house around 1815 and is now a grade II listed landmark. It no longer has a door. It was an enjoyable walk through the village and then the climb up lots of steps cut into the hill. It was a bit muddy and slippery in places but quite an exhilarating walk with a great view from the top. It was definitely worth the effort!
Skrevet 11. november 2020
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"The White Nancy"
nov. 2020 • Alene
Being mostly Covid aware, I decided that I couldn't go wrong in taking a hike with my faithful fox (terrier) Sharon up to the famous so called The White Nancy. Setting off from Macclesfield after a fantastic mutton and game pie, I trudged several miles by road and then through fields and bracken and such like only to be met by a very steep hill, up which there was no discernible man-made path (which I would expect in 2020 especially from one of Bollingtin's leading people attractions). Riddled with scratches and a bruise (from a fall down a muddy bank which could have ended even more horribly (with a nearby cow) had I not remembered my basic training and acted quickly) I finally reached the windswept The White Nancy. Much smaller than promised and not at all impressive (see photograph supplied), it didn't go unnoticed either that this looks nothing like a bell or salt shaker as promised by the vendor of my earlier pie. I sallied to a pub for succour and was met with gales of derisive laughter at my muddy rear end.
Skrevet 3. november 2020
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NJB
Ashbourne, UK8 bidrag
What a view.
sep. 2020 • Venner
Incredible views! Definitely worth a visit. Beautifully cared for monument, find more about it online.
Skrevet 24. oktober 2020
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winkmcandrew
Rotherham, UK43 bidrag
Amazing !!!!
sep. 2020 • Par
We decided to visit this as we were staying in Macclesfield and had seen it on the things to do list.
It's a good hike up to Nancy so sturdy boots are a good idea.
It was red hot when we walked up it very hard work but worth it for the fantastic views from the top.
Skrevet 16. september 2020
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Racks22
Cheadle Hulme, UK87 bidrag
Fantastic views
jul. 2020 • Familie
We picked a hot day to walk up to White Nancy. There is one very steep bit on the circular walk we did. But generally the walk is lovely and not too strenuous. The views from the top are amazing and worth it.
Skrevet 9. august 2020
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Hannah S
Cheadle, UK484 bidrag
Not for the faint hearted but phenomenal views!
mai 2020 • Venner
We enjoyed a Spring bank holiday hike up to White Nancy today.

Parking on Lord Street was a convenient location as we were able to take the footpath next to Cow Lane.

The footpath isn’t for the faint hearted as there are lots of steps to the top however the views once you reach White Nancy are unbeatable. You can see to Manchester City Centre and beyond.

Worth the hike!
Skrevet 25. mai 2020
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BruceTheSheep
Glossop, UK117 bidrag
Great country views with several nice walk options
des. 2019
We came for a circular walk from Bollington to Brookhouse, following the River Dean on the southward arm and then along the ridge top for the northward return, ending at White Nancy before descending (steeply) back into Bollington. Although it had rained a lot we were lucky to have a bright, dry day, so apart from muddy (but passable) paths, no complaints. You get wonderful sweeping views out towards Macclesfield and Manchester and over towards the Pennines. White Nancy is the icing on the cake - a quirky landmark dating from 1817 and built by John Gaskell junior of North End Farm to commemorate the victory at the Battle of Waterloo.
Skrevet 8. desember 2019
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