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Cheshire West & Chester

'We offer a variety of events throughout the year and our main activities include weekend walks in Cheshire, Shropshire, North Wales and the Wirral as well as weekly summer evening walks, monthly s ...
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Delamere Forest 'includes 972 hectares (2,400 acres) of mixed deciduous and evergreen woodland, making it the largest area of woodland in Cheshire'.


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'Who is the Frodsham Festival of Walks aimed at?  Everybody!  Whether you fancy a ramble up hills and across fields, a stroll along flat paths or just a bit of fun in the fresh air, there’ ...
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[1] Belle Vue path - - - : [2] Dingle path - - - : [3] Hollows path - - - : ...
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'Where do we walk? [1] Saturday: Anywhere in North and Mid-Wales, Peak District, Shropshire and the Long Mynd and as far North as the Trough of Bowland - - - : [2] Thursday: Anywhere withi ...
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The Ness Tree Trail 'should take about two hours to walk, and is approximately one mile in length. On the way, there are places to stop and learn a little about the many wonderful trees fo ...
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'The original route was devised by members of the Mid Cheshire Footpaths Society and commemorates the life and work of Jack Baker, onetime footpaths officer for Cheshire County Council. Th ...
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The Bishop Bennet Way 'is named after William Bennet (4 March 1745 - 1820), Bishop of Cork and Ross (1790–1794) and subsequently Bishop of Cloyne (1794–1820), who carried ...
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'Fairly flat and traffic-free, the route has directly linked railway stations at either end (Shotton; Chester) providing the option to cycle/walk one way and return by train.'

 


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[1] Thornwood (5.5 m) - - - : [2] Marshalls Arm (2.5 m) - - - : [3] Weaver Valley (7.5 m) - - - : [4] Vale Royal Abbey (7.5 m) - - - : [5] Anderton (7.2 m)


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'Elsewhere, the rural Llangollen Canal is also popular with walkers, particularly at beauty spots such as Horseshoe Falls and Blake Mere. Following the canal to the Llangollen end will tak ...
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One of a set of medium / long distance footpaths 'created by The Mid-Cheshire Footpath Society and for which guide leaflets have been produced. It is named after Frank Longster, who lived ...
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[1] South and East of Willaston : - - : [2] North of Willaston : - - : [3] West of Willaston : - - : [4] Around Burton : - - : [5] Little Neston and the Dee : - - : [6] Ness Village : - - : [7] Wir ...
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The Walk 'offers something for every kind of walker from serious hikers to families out for an easy stroll near their doorstep. The route has been designed to run close to the major urban areas of ...
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'The rich variety of habitats to be found within the Northwich Woodlands is home to many forms of wildlife. Over 2100 different animals and plants have been recorded by visiting naturalist ...
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'Rugged sandstone outcrops, lofty trees and panoramic views both east and west across a patchwork landscape, combine to create an invigorating walk.'


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'Offers superb, unbroken, and often elevated walking across the still largely green and pleasant English county of Cheshire — from the ancient market town of Frodsham on the broad Mersey estuary, i ...
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'We are a group of people in Staffordshire and Cheshire who are committed to establishing the Two Saints Way as an exciting revived pilgrimage route. We are aiming to set it up with both a ...
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