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A walk through rolling countryside to an impressive viaduct with a straightforward riverside return.
A varied walk by way of village, canal tunnel, capacious locks and quiet riverside fields.
A simple and pleasant stroll beside the River Weaver, returning along the Trent & Mersey Canal.
A pleasant stroll around the village including a riverside section within a Community Woodland.
A walk along field paths to a neighbouring village, with views over the Weaver valley.
Varied walking through rolling countryside with a scenic stretch along the Weaver Navigation.
An easy, scenic stroll around a popular lake called Pick Mere.
A level stroll featuring points of interest old and new.
A lengthy walk to a country house and delightful village.
An accessible, easy and varied walk that crosses woods, fields and makes the most of the lovely Whitegate Way. Free parking at Whitegate station and a lovely coffee shop run by volunteers.
A moderate mountain-bike ride (or lengthy walk) on roads and woodland tracks within Delamere Forest. Numerous ascents and descents, mostly short but with a couple of steep or uneven sections where inexperienced or young riders may prefer to dismount. Not suitable for road bikes.
Much of interest, including a visit to historic Lymm and an (optional) crossing of the eccentric Penny Ferry.
An easy stroll around the pretty village of Grappenhall, including woodland walks.
Easy walking through woodland and former parkland, with the picturesque valley of Lumb Brook as a highlight.
Taking in the industrial scenery of the River Weaver and its surrounding countryside.
A short woodland stroll visiting an interesting and atmospheric geological curiosity. Some steep and uneven ground, and mud may be encountered.
A mixture of woodland and farmland walking, with good views and a visit to a pleasant Cheshire village (no pub). Some modest climbs and occasional rocky ground. Mud after rain.
An easy stroll around Lymm’s best-known beauty spot, plus a visit to the historic village centre.
Varied rural walking including contrasting sections of canals that are among England’s youngest and oldest.
Using a part of Lymm Heritage Trail, this circular walk will take you around Lymm Dam. It was created in 1824 by a dam built during the construction of what is now the A56 road.