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  1. Add NCN Route 73 to your Itinerary

    NCN Route 73

    Congleton

    Route 73 takes in the Cheshire section of the route from Congleton to Davenham. It provides a link between two National Routes - 55 to the east and 5, which runs through the centre of the county and on to Wales.

  2. Add Walks for All - Biddulph Valley Way to your Itinerary

    Walks for All - Biddulph Valley Way

    Congleton

    The Biddulph Valley Way follows the route of a disused railway which carried coal between the Potteries and Congleton for over 100 years. Today, this is a tranquil route that allows visitors to enjoy the delightful Cheshire East countryside

  3. Add Cycle the Biddulph Valley Way to your Itinerary

    Cycle the Biddulph Valley Way

    Congleton

    For over 100 years trains travelled along the Biddulph Valley Way carrying coal from the Potteries to Congleton. Today walkers, cyclists and horse riders enjoy this tranquil route away from the roads.

  4. Add Andersen Boats to your Itinerary

    Andersen Boats

    Middlewich

    Based in Middlewich, Cheshire, in the UK, Andersen Boats offer canal boat holidays.

  5. Add Little Moreton Hall Circular Walk to your Itinerary

    Little Moreton Hall Circular Walk

    Congleton

    Linking up with the Macclesfield Canal allows you to enjoy a gentle stroll along this picturesque waterway, before returning once again to cross the fields back to the unique half-timbered Little Moreton Hall.

  6. Add Nelson Pit Walk 4 to your Itinerary

    Nelson Pit Walk 4

    Higher Poynton

    This is one of a series of walks from the Nelson Pit Visitor Centre. This is a flat walk along the Macclesfield Canal towpath and Middlewood Way.

  7. Add Walk the Biddulph Valley Way to your Itinerary

    Walk the Biddulph Valley Way

    Congleton

    The route is part of NCN 55 Telford to Preston and has a firm, level surface of crushed stone.

  8. Add Cycle the Wheelock Rail Trail and Salt Line to your Itinerary

    Cycle the Wheelock Rail Trail and Salt Line

    Nr Sandbach

    The Wheelock Rail Trail and Salt Line are both part of NCN Route 5 linking Middlewich with Alsager.

  9. Add Lawton Woods Loop to your Itinerary

    Lawton Woods Loop

    Liverpool Road West, Church Lawton

    The name Lawton originates in the Lawton family with its family crest being the head of a bleeding wolf. Local legend talks about a man saving the Earl of Chester from being killed by a wolf.

  10. Mow Cop

    Congleton

    This prominent hill-top has been of spiritual and practical significance to man for thousands of years.

  11. Add Walks for All - Macclesfield Riverside to your Itinerary

    Walks for All - Macclesfield Riverside

    Off Manchester Road, Macclesfield

    Situated in the delightful Bollin Valley, the Macclesfield Riverside Park provides a recreational park close to the heart of the town. The park has a variety of habitats and is a great place to watch wildlife.

  12. Add Ride the Middlewood Way to your Itinerary

    Ride the Middlewood Way

    Macclesfield

    The Middlewood Way offers a 10-mile (16-km) traffic-free route for walkers, cyclists and horse riders. It follows the line of the former Macclesfield, Bollington and Marple Railway through picturesque Cheshire countryside and between historic mill to

  13. Add Walks for All - The Wheelock Rail Trail to your Itinerary

    Walks for All - The Wheelock Rail Trail

    Sandbach

    The Wheelock Rail Trail near Sandbach follows the route of a disused railway from Ettiley Heath to Malkins Bank. Today the trail is a rich haven for wildlife and wild flowers and provides a pleasant level and wide route through Cheshire.

  14. Add National Waterways Museum - Boat Trip to your Itinerary

    National Waterways Museum - Boat Trip

    Ellesmere Port

    Visitors to the National Waterways Museum can take a trip up and down the Shropshire Union Canal.

  15. Add Walk the Wheelock Rail Trail to your Itinerary

    Walk the Wheelock Rail Trail

    Nr Sandbach

    The Wheelock Rail Trail is a popular 2km traffic free route for walkers and cyclists on the outskirts of Sandbach and runs between Ettiley Heath and Malkins Bank.

  16. Add Alsager Series No. 4 – Borrowpit Meadow to your Itinerary

    Alsager Series No. 4 – Borrowpit Meadow

    Alsager

    Pleasant walking through woods, by pools and with views afar.

  17. Add Nelson Pit Walk 10 to your Itinerary

    Nelson Pit Walk 10

    Higher Poynton

    The second part of two walks making the Middlewood Challenge, a 20-mile walk in the figure of eight. The first section of the Challenge is Walk 9 which is about 8 miles long and takes around 3½ hours to walk. Total walking time for both parts is arou

  18. Add White Nancy to your Itinerary

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    White Nancy

    Bollington / Kerridge

    The White Nancy overlooks the village of Kerridge and town of Bollington.

  19. Add Aqueduct Marina to your Itinerary

    Aqueduct Marina

    Aqueduct Marina is an established 147-berth marina and boatyard near Church Minshull, at the heart of Cheshire's canal network.

  20. Add Alsager Series No. 6 - Wildflowers and Rode Hall to your Itinerary

    Alsager Series No. 6 - Wildflowers and Rode Hall

    Alsager

    This route, devised by Alsager Chamber of Trade, is one a series of walks in the Alsager area. The walks have been published in leaflets entitled ‘It’s all about Alsager - Walking Maps of Alsager’.

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