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  1. 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.

  2. 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.

  3. Add The Edge - Walks for All to your Itinerary

    The Edge - Walks for All

    Alderley Edge

    Alderley Edge is a dramatic sandstone ridge with impressive views over the Cheshire plain towards Manchester and to the hills of Cheshire’s Peak District.

  4. Add Byways Breaks to your Itinerary

    Byways Breaks

    Byways Breaks have been arranging cycling holidays and walking holidays for more than 15 years. We know the best places to stay, and our cycling and walking routes are carefully planned to explore the most beautiful countryside.

  5. Add Wincle Circular Walk to your Itinerary

    Wincle Circular Walk

    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.

  6. Bridgemere Walk

    Nantwich

    This walk explores the peaceful countryside of South East Cheshire. The ancient woodland called Checkley Wood can be viewed across the fields during the walk.

  7. 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.

  8. 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.

  9. 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.

  10. Add Barthomley Ramble to your Itinerary

    Barthomley Ramble

    Barthomley

    The beautiful red sandstone church of St Bertoline sits above the picturesque White Lion pub and other typical Cheshire black and white half timbered cottages.

  11. Add Bollington Circular Walk 4 to your Itinerary

    Bollington Circular Walk 4

    Bollington, Macclesfied

    The fourth in a series of circular walks around Bollington and Kerridge starting from the Rangers Office, Adlington Road.

  12. Add Roman Tours to your Itinerary

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    Roman Tours

    Chester

    Established in 1997 with some of the only full time Romans in Britain, Roman Tours offer a unique and exciting service throughout the year.

  13. Add Nelson Pit Walk 6 to your Itinerary

    Nelson Pit Walk 6

    Higher Poynton

    The route follows the Macclesfield Canal north and then along wide country tracks before an uphill stretch into Lyme Park. The views from the highest point near Lyme Park on a good day are spectacular.

  14. 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.

  15. 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.

  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 A Circular Walk around Helsby Hill and Woodhouse Hillfort to your Itinerary

    A Circular Walk around Helsby Hill and Woodhouse Hillfort

    Helsby

    Enjoy breathtaking panoramic views from the rocky summit of Helsby Hill with its ancient defences, before crossing the valley to the tumbled ramparts of Woodhouse hilltop enclosure, high on the Cheshire Sandstone Ridge.

  18. Add Walks for All - Tarvin Community Woodlands to your Itinerary

    Walks for All - Tarvin Community Woodlands

    Tarvin

    Owned by the Tarvin Community Woodlands Trust to conserve, restore and re-establish native trees, plants and all types of wildlife, this delightful 5ha site allows a short walk through open woodland, meadow and wildflower areas.

  19. 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

  20. 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.

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