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  1. Add Neston Town Trail to your Itinerary

    Neston Town Trail

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    Walking Route

    Neston

    Once a major port and more recently an important centre for coal mining, Neston today is a pleasant market town on the Wirral Peninsula.

  2. Add Port Sunlight Museum & Garden Village to your Itinerary

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    Port Sunlight Museum & Garden Village

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    Museum

    Port Sunlight

    Port Sunlight Museum celebrates the unique heritage of the beautiful and historic industrial village. It is the finest surviving example of early urban planning the UK, Port Sunlight is set in 130 acres of beautiful parkland.

  3. Add Sick to Death - Roman Walking Tour of Chester to your Itinerary

    Sick to Death - Roman Walking Tour of Chester

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    Walking Tour

    Chester

    Enjoy a walking tour with a Roman Soldier seeing all the historic sights of the City. The tour will last approx 1 hour. 

  4. Add The Chester Treasure Hunt Trail to your Itinerary

    The Chester Treasure Hunt Trail

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    Walking Tour

    Chester

    The Chester Treasure Hunt Trail is a self-guided Treasure Hunt which will get you exploring around this historical city. If you’re looking for things to do with family and friends when visiting Chester then this is the activity for you!

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

    Walks for All - Biddulph Valley Way

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    Walking Route

    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

  6. Add Discover Chester's Old Churches to your Itinerary

    Discover Chester's Old Churches

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    Walking Route

    Northgate Street, Chester

    Christianity has played an important role in the life of the city for much of Chester's long history.

  7. Add Wirral Way to your Itinerary

    Wirral Way

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    Walking

    Wirral

    The Wirral Way is a path on the track of an old railway that goes from West Kirby to Hooton in mid-Wirral offering superb views over the Dee Estuary to Wales. Originally the railway formed a circuit of Wirral and this is the missing link.

  8. Add Walk the Biddulph Valley Way to your Itinerary

    Walk the Biddulph Valley Way

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    Walking Route

    Congleton

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

  9. Nelson Pit Walk 1

    Add Nelson Pit Walk 1 to your Itinerary

    Nelson Pit Walk 1

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    Walking Route

    Macclesfield

    This short walk follows the canal towpath and The Middlewood Way, giving an insight into the industrial history of the area.

  10. Add Wincle Circular Walk to your Itinerary

    Wincle Circular Walk

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    Walking Route

    Wincle

    This walk passes through beautiful countryside. The Shell Brook valley is particularly beautiful and very remote. Deer can be heard rutting in this valley in autumn when the trees turn magnificent shades of gold and rusty brown.

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

    Walks for All - Macclesfield Forest

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    Walking Route

    Macclesfield

    Macclesfield Forest is the last remnant of the Royal Forest of Macclesfield and is now a working forest managed by United Utilities.

  12. Add Bosley Cloud to your Itinerary

    Bosley Cloud

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    Walking Route

    Congleton

    A circular 4 km / 2½ mile walk right up onto the top of Bosley Cloud with stunning views over the Cheshire Plain.

  13. Add Nelson Pit Walk 7 to your Itinerary

    Nelson Pit Walk 7

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    Walking Route

    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.

  14. Add Delamere Loop to your Itinerary

    Delamere Loop

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    Walking Route

    Marton, Winsford

    The Delamere Loop runs from partway along the Whitegate Way round in a circle, taking in Delamere Forest, Primrosehill Wood, and Little Budworth Country Park

  15. Add Walks for All - Middlewood Way to your Itinerary

    Walks for All - Middlewood Way

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    Walking Route

    Higher Poynton

    The Middlewood Way is a 16km (10 mile) linear route following the former Macclesfield, Bollington and Marple Railway through picturesque Cheshire East countryside.

  16. Add Baker Way to your Itinerary

    Baker Way

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    Walking Route

    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.

  17. Add Walking the Past to your Itinerary

    Walking the Past

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    Walking Route

    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.

  18. Add A Circular Walks around Eddisbury and Kelsborrow Hillforts to your Itinerary

    A Circular Walks around Eddisbury and Kelsborrow Hillforts

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    Walking Route

    Off Station Road, Delamere

    Eddisbury is the largest and most complex of the ridge’s prehistoric hilltop enclosures, while smaller Kelsborrow overlooks the lovely wooded combe of Boothsdale with its hidden pub.

  19. Add Alsager Series No. 5 – Salt Line and Canal to your Itinerary

    Alsager Series No. 5 – Salt Line and Canal

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    Walking Route

    Church Lawton, 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’.

  20. Add Lawton Woods Loop to your Itinerary

    Lawton Woods Loop

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    Walking Route

    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.

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