Cheshire Walkers

Have fun whilst keeping fit!

Our walks programme lasts for six months, from April to September, and October to March.
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Easy AccessEasyLeisurelyModerateStrenuousTechnical
Leisurely Sunday, 18th March 2018, Sandstone Trail (Higher Burwardley & Bickerton), 10.2mile / 16.4km
Moderate Saturday, 24th March 2018, Alderley Edge Circular Walk, 8mile / 12.9km
Moderate Sunday, 15th April 2018, From Llangollen to the End of the World and back, 11mile / 17.7km
Moderate Saturday, 21st April 2018, Settle, Catrigg Force, Victoria Cave and Scaleber Force, 10mile / 16.1km
Strenuous Sunday, 29th April 2018, High Route Round Hayeswater, 10mile / 16.1km
Strenuous Sunday, 29th April 2018, High Route Round Hayeswater, 10mile / 16.1km
Strenuous Sunday, 6th May 2018, Snowdon Via The Pyg Track, 8mile / 12.9km
Strenuous Saturday, 19th May 2018, Helvellyn, 9.5mile / 15.3km
Strenuous Sunday, 3rd June 2018, Three Fell circuit from Patterdale, 11mile / 17.7km
Moderate Sunday, 1st July 2018, Rocks and Padley Gorge, 11mile / 17.7km
Moderate Sunday, 15th July 2018, Mow Cop from Astbury Mere, 11mile / 17.7km
Leisurely Sunday, 22nd July 2018, Orienteering - navigation practice, 6mile / 9.7km
Moderate Sunday, 29th July 2018, High Cup Nick from Dufton, 9.5mile / 15.3km
Moderate Sunday, 9th September 2018, Langsett to Howden Edge, 10mile / 16.1km
Moderate Sunday, 23rd September 2018, Dovestones, 11mile / 17.7km
Moderate Sunday, 30th September 2018, Gummers How and Winster Valley, 14mile / 22.5km
Strenuous Saturday, 13th October 2018, Ingleborough from Clapham, 11mile / 17.7km

Number of walks: 17

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Going on a walk

Please let the leader know if you are coming and give yourself plenty of time for your journey. For guidance on walks grading, equipment and Dos and Don'ts see our Walks Advice page.

Leading a walk

If you want to lead a walk in the next programme, contact a committee member - see the contacts page for details.

Planning a walk

This app provided by North and Mid Cheshire area is a great walk planning tool - a route can be mapped out and the distance/elevation estimated. It's also possible to work with a GPX file - either save as, or import from. See the help option for more details. 

Footpath issues

Can be reported direct to the Ramblers via the Pathwatch webpage or app.


A selection of photos from recent events can usually be found on our group Facebook page. If you have any that you'd like to submit, then please email them to our Social media secretary.


Please use this form to provide feedback on the group, a particular walk or the walks programme in general.

Old walks programmes

Click here to download old walks programmes

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Saturday 17 March 2018