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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 Walk The Trans Pennine Trail to your Itinerary

    Walk The Trans Pennine Trail

    Warrington

    The Trans Pennine Trail links the North and the Irish seas, running close to many urban area. Join the trail in cities, towns and villages.

  4. Add Billinge Hill to your Itinerary

    Billinge Hill

    Bollington

    The old track, known as Hedgerow, is probably an ancient trade route and a drovers’ road leading from Cheshire into the Peak District. It leads up to the pass or crossing point called Charles Head and is an interesting walk for another day.

  5. 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.

  6. 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.

  7. Add Maiden Castle - Walk for All to your Itinerary

    Maiden Castle - Walk for All

    Enjoy this challenging but rewarding walk up and across heathland of heather, bracken and bilberries to the remains of an Iron Age fort.

  8. Add The Gritstone Trail to your Itinerary

    The Gritstone Trail

    Macclesfield

    Follow the 35 mile / 56km trail through Cheshire’s Peak District

  9. Kerridge Loop

    Bollington

    Bollington is known for its cotton mills and is an attractive small town with excellent facilities, situated in beautiful countryside.

  10. Add Nelson Pit Walk 9 to your Itinerary

    Nelson Pit Walk 9

    Higher Poynton

    The first part of two walks making the Middlewood Challenge, a 20-mile walk in the figure of eight. The second section of the Challenge is Walk 10 which is about 12 miles long and takes around 5 hours to walk.

  11. Add Delamere Forest Walkways to your Itinerary

    Delamere Forest Walkways

    Northwich

    Delamere Forest is an ideal place to go for a walk, with 6 waymarked paths. With dry sandstone paths, lots of mature pines to shade or shelter under depending upon the weather and the flooded forest of Blakemere attracting birds to watch.

  12. Add Middlewich Waterside Trail to your Itinerary

    Middlewich Waterside Trail

    Middlewich

    The Middlewich Waterside Trail runs around and through the town of Middlewich. The Whole Trail is 3.4 miles.

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

    A Circular Walks around Eddisbury and Kelsborrow Hillforts

    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.

  14. Add Plumley Rail Trail to your Itinerary

    Plumley Rail Trail

    Plumley

    This circular walk explores the beautiful countryside around the village of Plumley, within the parish of Plumley with Toft and Bexton.

  15. Add Taste of Chester Food Walking Tours to your Itinerary

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    Taste of Chester Food Walking Tours

    Northgate St, Chester

    The goal is to provide you with the ultimate, off the beaten track, food and cultural experience. These guided walking tours offer a relaxed unique and memorable food tasting experience through historic Chester.

  16. Add A Circular Walk around Maiden Castle, Bickerton to your Itinerary

    A Circular Walk around Maiden Castle, Bickerton

    Bickerton

    This short but spectacular circuit explores the very best of arguably the finest section of the Cheshire Sandstone Ridge. Ascend through purple heather and bilberries to the ramparts of Maiden Castle hillfort.

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

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    Port Sunlight Museum & Garden Village

    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.

  18. Add The Rows Revealed to your Itinerary

    The Rows Revealed

    Northgate Street, Chester

    This winter, locals and visitors alike can take a walking tour of Chester city centre avoiding the worst of the weather!

  19. Add Nelson Pit Walk 1 to your Itinerary

    Nelson Pit Walk 1

    Macclesfield

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

  20. 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.

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