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Cheshire Walks

Interactive walk finder - Cheshire

★ = GPS file   NP = National Park Walk

WalkDescriptionGradeMiles
1461★ NPShutlingsloe from Trentabankeasy/mod3.00
2329★ NPThe Disley Lanes from Lyme Parkeasy4.00
2605White Nancy & Saddle of Kerridge Nr Bollingtoneasy4.50
1652★ NPThree Shires Head from Danebower Hollow easy4.50
2523★ NPBlack Rocks & Bollinhurst Reservoir from Disleyeasy5.00
2567★ NPLyme Park & Dissop Head from Disleyeasy6.00
2233★ NPFlash & Three Shires Head from Danebower Hollow easy/mod6.20
1481★ NPDale Top (Park Moor) from Lyme Parkeasy6.25
2535★ NPWildboarclough & Shutlingsloemoderate7.00
2578Cheshire Lanes and Woodhouse Hill Forteasy/mod7.00
1728★ NPAxe Edge Moor & Three Shires Headeasy/mod7.20
1474★ NPPark Moor and Birchencliff from Lyme Parkeasy/mod7.25
1233★ NPShining Tor & Windgather Rocks from Lamaloadmoderate7.50
2506★ NPTegg's Nose from Trentabankmoderate7.50
2528★ NPKettleshulme & Sponds Hillmoderate8.00
1183★ NPShining Tor & Axe Edge Moormoderate9.00
1502★ NPShutlingsloe, Cat & Fiddle and Macclesfield Forestmoderate9.00
2527★ NPKettleshulme & Taxal Edge from Lamaloadmoderate10.00
2557★ NPLyme Park from Poyntonmoderate10.00
1371★ NPRossendale Ramblemoderate12.00
2512Acton Bridge, Woodhouse Hill & the River Weavermoderate13.00

 
Walks that start in adjacent counties / areas.

Walks that start in adjacent counties or areas but cross the boundary and include sections of the route within Cheshire

WalkDescriptionStarts In
3510Shining Tor, Cats Tor & Foxlow EdgeDerbyshire
1092Taxal Edge, Jenkin Chapel & Pym Chair from ErrwoodDerbyshire
3136Shining Tor & Goyt's Clough from Derbyshire BridgeDerbyshire
3323Three Shires Head & Knotbury from Gradbach Staffordshire
3197Flash, Knotbury & Three Shires Head from Gradbach Staffordshire

 

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