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  1. Add The Sandstone Trail to your Itinerary

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    The Sandstone Trail

    Frodsham

    Stride out along the Sandstone Trail and sample some of the finest walking in Cheshire. Follow the ridge of sandstone that rises dramatically from the Cheshire plain and enjoy this invigorating walk at any time of year.

  2. Add Chester Cathedral at Height Tour to your Itinerary

    Chester Cathedral at Height Tour

    Chester

    This guided tour will take you take you behind the scenes at Chester Cathedral - providing an unparalleled level of public access.

  3. Add Robinsons Brewery Visitors Centre to your Itinerary

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    Robinsons Brewery Visitors Centre

    Stockport

    The Robinsons family have been brewing beer at the Unicorn brewery in the heart of Stockport for more than 175 years. Pop in to Robinsons Visit England accredited Visitors Centre and discover the story for yourself. Bringing Brewing to Life!

  4. Add Walking the Past to your Itinerary

    Walking the Past

    Nantwich

    Step back in time and explore the ‘olde worlde’ villages around Crewe and Nantwich. Discover historical buildings, old battle sites and learn how people use to live.

  5. Add Raw Head Walk to your Itinerary

    Raw Head Walk

    Burwardsley, Chester

    Rugged sandstone outcrops, lofty trees and panoramic views both east and west across a patchwork landscape, combine to create an invigorating walk.

  6. 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

  7. Add Nantwich Riverside Loop to your Itinerary

    Nantwich Riverside Loop

    Nantwich

    Stretch your legs on this pleasant walk from the town centre, taking in the Riverside Park, the Shropshire Union Canal and the historic Welsh Row. Just follow the signs in either direction and enjoy getting to know the countryside and its history wi

  8. Add Walks for All - Brereton Heath to your Itinerary

    Walks for All - Brereton Heath

    Brereton, Congleton

    Designated as a Local Nature Reserve, Brereton Heath was a quarry site for silica sand. The lake is surrounded by habitats restored to the original landscape of heather and silver birch trees.

  9. 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

  10. Add Lindow Common - Walks for All to your Itinerary

    Lindow Common - Walks for All

    Wilmslow

    Lindow Common is a small area of heathland on the outskirts of Wilmslow.

  11. Add Ashley Rail Trail Route to your Itinerary

    Ashley Rail Trail Route

    The village of Ashley lies very close to both the M56 motorway and Manchester Ringway Airport, but retains a rural charm whilst serving a strong farming community.

  12. Add Knutsford Rail Trail to your Itinerary

    Knutsford Rail Trail

    Knutsford

    This circular walk explores the beautiful and historic town of Knutsford as well as the grounds of Tatton Park.

  13. Add Walks for All - Ashtons and Neumanns Flashes to your Itinerary

    Walks for All - Ashtons and Neumanns Flashes

    Northwich

    These reclaimed lime beds provide an excellent area for short walks and bird watching.

  14. Add Baker Way to your Itinerary

    Baker Way

    Chester

    The extended Baker Way links the heart of Chester with Delamere Forest Park. The core of the route is provided by the original Baker Way - a long established route from Christleton to Brines Brow Picnic Area.

  15. Add Nelson Pit Walk 3 to your Itinerary

    Nelson Pit Walk 3

    Macclesfield

    One of a series of walks from the Nelson Pit Visitor Centre. One of the main features of this walk is Poynton Coppice.

  16. 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.

  17. Add Walks for All - Teggs Nose to your Itinerary

    Walks for All - Teggs Nose

    Macclesfield

    Discover Tegg’s Nose Country Park and experience Cheshire East’s wild hill country where rock dominates the landscape.

  18. Add Nelson Pit Walk 5 to your Itinerary

    Nelson Pit Walk 5

    Higher Poynton

    One of a series of walks from the Nelson Pit Visitor Centre. The route through Poynton Coppice is pretty at any time of the year. The majority of The Coppice is owned by Cheshire East Council and is subject to a ten-year management plan.

  19. Add Marbury Country Walk to your Itinerary

    Marbury Country Walk

    Whitchurch

    Starting from the Swan Inn in the middle of the village of Marbury this delightful country walk climbs gently to the top of Wirswall Hill and back down to the village.

  20. Add Nelson Pit Walk 7 to your Itinerary

    Nelson Pit Walk 7

    Higher Poynton

    The route climbs over 1300 feet from Nelson Pit to Bowstones, and is partly strenuous. However, the views from the highest points on a good day are spectacular. This walk should be avoided on a misty day.

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