THREE protest walks will be held in the fight against plans for a wind farm.
Ramblers hope hundreds of people will join them to highlight the opposition to the proposals for seven turbines on Denshaw Moor in Saddleworth.
Walkers will start from three different points on April 18, joining up later for a rally.
Campaigners' spokesman Ken Hulme said: "Weather permitting, we expect a great turnout by all those who love our local countryside.
"The proposals are utterly inappropriate for this unique and beautiful area."
Botanist David Bellamy and former Press secretary to Margaret Thatcher Sir Bernard Ingham have already spoken out against the wind farm plans.
The walks start at 10.30am from Ogden, 11am from Delph post office and 11.30am from Denshaw post office.
Power company United Utilities, which is behind the Denshaw Moor plan, says the turbines will provide green energy for thousands of homes and cut carbon dioxide emissions.