Alderley Edge Railway Station

Surrounded by attractive countryside and the legendary wooded escarpment from which it takes its name, the village centre of Alderley Edge is home to a number of speciality food shops, restaurants, clothes shops and stylish bars. The station, which is located in the centre of the village, benefits from three trains an hour to Manchester.

As one would expect Alderely Edge has a thriving residential and commercial community. Learn more about Alderley Edge here.

The sand stone escarpment that gives Alderley  Edge its name is a great place for a walk or a spot of bird watching. The area is cared for by the National Trust.

Alderley Edge Walk

This walk covers a total distance: 6.5kms/ 4 miles with some steep climbs. Walking shoes recommended. Muddy in Winter. Time: 2-3 hours (excluding stops).
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Alderley Edge has a number of Geocaches surrounding the Station. An example circular route has been created that you may choose to follow to explore the nearby Geocaches, while enjoying the outdoors. Click the subtitle of this section to view the route on Google Maps.

This circular Route is 2.1 miles long and takes 45 to complete; with the opportunity to find 5 Geocaches along the route. (Time taken to find the Geocaches not included)

Below is the listed route that is shown on Google maps with the names and co-ordinates of the Geocaches. Click on Geocaches below to be re-directed to more information on each one (You must have an account to view content)

Alderley Edge Station

On the Green– N 53° 17.993 W 002° 14.342

Alderly Amble 11– N 53° 17.847 W 002° 14.413

Alderly Amble 12– N 53° 17.859 W 002° 14.170

Alderly amble 13– N 53° 17.853 W 002° 13.922

Alderly edge park– N 53° 18.204 W 002° 14.228                                          

Alderley Edge Station