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A field walk to a popular local craft centre, returning via the valley of the River Weaver.
A farmland stroll to a historic house through Wybunbury.
Stroll round a National Nature Reserve, featuring a rare bog habitat known as a schwingmoor.
A stroll through woodland to a historic blast furnace and then a monument with a fine view.
A fine walk with the chance to descend a coal mine or ride a steam train.
An easy stroll that packs a lot into its short distance.
A historic town centre, pretty stream valleys and an easy canalside return.
Two contrasting waterways lead you through pleasant Cheshire countryside.
An interesting walk that visits several of the Sandbach Flashes, a series of intriguing lakes formed by subsidence after salt extraction.
An extended walk visiting many of the Sandbach Flashes (lakes formed by subsidence following salt extraction) and including sections along the Trent and Mersey Canal and River Wheelock.
A short farmland walk offering good views over the village, and a brief but pleasant stretch alongside the River Wheelock, frequented by Kingfishers.
Field and quarry paths up to the famous folly, with superb views in all directions, and a pleasant canalside return.
Locks, bridges and aqueducts on the Trent & Mersey and Macclesfield Canals (with an optional 1-mile extension to their junction).
A wooded stroll with a visit to a rewarding church, passing a stately home (private) and some interesting remnants of its estate.
Taking in the industrial scenery of the River Weaver and its surrounding countryside.
Passing Budworth Pool and Little Budworth Common, returning via a park circuit.
Explore our local country park, a rare area of lowland heathland designated as an SSSI.
Follow tracks and green lanes through the village and countryside to an attractive lake.
Field paths and canalside walking with views of Beeston Castle. May be muddy in places after rain. Multiple stiles.
Fairly level, with several stiles. Two busy road crossings; may be muddy in places after rain.
Field and golf-course walking to a pretty village. May be muddy in places; several stiles.
Skirt the Shire Horse Centre to pretty Eaton, returning via a sunken quarryman’s way.
Field paths over rolling Cheshire farmland, passing an attractive millpond and historic houses.
Gentle green lanes to an attractive area of lowland heath and woodland designated an SSSI.
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 straightforward there-and-back walk to a local lake, heathland and woodland country park.
A longer walk with historic buildings en route and lovely riverside views on the return.
Explore our intimate local valley around Holmes Chapel.
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.
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.
Walk beside beautiful lakes, with thatched cottages and a fine country house.
In spring there are delightful patches of bluebells along some paths.