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Walks in Cheshire

Cheshire is situated in the northwest of England, immediately to the south of Manchester. It stretches from the western edges of the Peak District in the east to the River Dee in the west. The county town is the superb town of Chester with it's largely intact Roman Wall,and there are many other pleasant towns in the area.

Although the majority of Cheshire is built on a plain, ther is still some pleasant waking to be had in the area. In the east the highest point of the county is Shining Tor in the Peak District, from where on a good day almost the entire width of the county can be seen. There are also a network of canals stretched over the area, and again these give soem pleasant walking. The Sandstone Trails runs north-south through the middle of the county, following the rudge of high ground that bisects the Cheshire Plains.

 


 

Below is a map showing all the walks that I have completed in Cheshire.

Map of my walks

Completed walks in Cheshire

 
The canal in Bollington.

Red Bull Lock No 42.

A bridge near Hall Green Stop lock.

   


List of walks in Cheshire

Walk No. Description Distance (miles)
1024 Buxton to Macclesfield via Cheeks Hill, Shining Tor and Shutlingsloe18.8
1022 Burslem to Nantwich via Longport, Alsager and Crewe21.1
1002 Nantwich to Whitchurch19.1
1001 Nantwich to Chester21.3
1000 Chester to Flint15.2
649 Macclesfield to Stockport18.4
648 Kidsgrove to Macclesfield18.6
614 A circular walk from the Cat and Fiddle Inn17.2
420 Hale to Crosby19.5
419 Ellesmere Port to Hale20.5
418 Hoylake to Ellesmere Port20.0
417 Shotton to Hoylake19.0
1 Shining Tor and Cat's Tor from the Cat and Fiddle pub7.2

This was a total of 235.9 miles in 13 walks (an average of 18.14 miles per walk).


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