Our walks programme lasts for six months, from April to September, and October to March.
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Borrowdale (the other one)
This Borrowdale is in the area between the A6 and M6, which was added to the Lake District National Park in 2016
Bollington Figure of 8
Remember, remember the 5th of November
White Nancy, Heron and croc..........
The morning loop takes us along canal and over fields before lunch at White Nancy.
The afternoon loop we continue along Kerridge ridge then descend to circuit the fields towards Swanscoe
This walk will visit Three Shire Heads, Lud's Church Cave and include an optional ascent of Shuttlinsloe - Cheshire's 'Matterhorn'
- Norfolk Walking Festival
- Bollington Walking Festival
- Rotherham & Dearne Valley Walking Festival
- Open country
- National Park
Northwich day into evening walk, Cheshire
A circular walk along the Trent and Mersey canal, through fields and woodland and the scenic village of Great Budworth where some popular period dramas have been filmed. The walk finishes in Marbury country park, where hopefully as dusk closes in we may be able to see a starling murmuration.
There will be chance to go for a drink at a local pub at the end of the walk.
Mellor (and 3 Brook Bottoms) from Strines
Peak District -Tideswell / Miller's Dale
Circular walk- exact route to be decided but probably taking in Tideswell, Miller's Dale and Monk's Dale
Ainsdale to Formby
A winter LINEAR COASTAL walk along the Sefton Coast,mainly walking along the beach with fine views to Blackpool Tower, The Lakeland Fells,the Clywdian Hills and the Irish Sea Shipping Lanes.
Walking boots advised although heavy duty trainers would fit the terrain.Note the coast is very exposed, so if inclement weather perhaps a ' golf ' unbrella used as a walking stick and would provide some shelter for lunch !!
A long but lovely circular walk that starts in the village of Witherslack in south Cumbria. The route passes through the small nature reserve of Latterbarrow before climbing up Yewbarrow which has great views of mountains and sea. Dropping down into the valley we walk along under Whitbarrow Scar before climbing up onto Whitbarrow itself which is also a nature reserve. We descend to the village of Mill Side and make our way back across the fields to Witherslack and the Derby Arms pub for refreshments. (12.5 miles and 2,200ft of ascent).
Linear walk: Hope to Bamford via Ladybower
More details to follow...
Alderley Edge to Wilmslow linear Walk
We take the 10.02 train (cost £2.30) from Wilmslow to Alderley Edge and return to Wilmslow via Alderley Edge, The North Cheshire Way and the River Bollin
Number of walks: 10