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  1. Add Walks for All - Nantwich Riverside Park to your Itinerary

    Walks for All - Nantwich Riverside Park

    Nantwich

    The riverside area of Nantwich offers a pleasant walk alongside the River Weaver and around Nantwich Lake within easy access of the historic town centre.

  2. 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.

  3. Add A Circular Walk around Beeston Crag to your Itinerary

    A Circular Walk around Beeston Crag

    Chapel Lane, Beeston, Nr Tarporley

    Discover Beeston Crag’s prehistoric past and spectacular views, before circling Victorian Peckforton Castle high on the wooded Peckforton Hills, and then crossing the fields near Peckforton Mere.

  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 - Macclesfield Forest to your Itinerary

    Walks for All - Macclesfield Forest

    Macclesfield

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

  6. 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.

  7. Add The Chester Tour to your Itinerary

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    The Chester Tour

    Chester

    The perfect way to start any visit to Chester, your guide will lead you on a captivating journey through 2,000 years of history. To book for this tour please visit the Information centre and pay the guide direct on the day or call 0845 647 7868

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

    Alsager Series No. 5 – Salt Line and Canal

    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’.

  9. 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.

  10. Add Walks for All - Marbury Country Park to your Itinerary

    Walks for All - Marbury Country Park

    Northwich

    Many of the features of the Country Park, including the lime avenues and the arboretum, are a legacy of the days when Marbury was a grand estate. Stroll through splendid woodlands and enjoy views across Budworth Mere.

  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 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 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 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.

  15. Add Gawsworth Hall Circular Walk to your Itinerary

    Gawsworth Hall Circular Walk

    Gawsworth, Macclesfield

    Enjoy a pleasant ramble in the rolling Cheshire countryside, through arable farmland and pastures, along the Macclesfield Canal and across the Danes Moss Reserve.

  16. 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!

  17. 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.

  18. 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.

  19. 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.

  20. Add Malkins Bank Circular Walk to your Itinerary

    Malkins Bank Circular Walk

    Sandbach

    This area once contained thriving industries due to large underground salt deposits. Large works were constructed and brine shafts sunk to extract the salt.

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