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10 great walks in and around Chester

PUBLISHED: 12:30 04 January 2015 | UPDATED: 18:20 09 February 2016

Rowers go through their paces on the River Dee

Rowers go through their paces on the River Dee

A selection of walks from the Cheshire Life archive covering the area surrounding Chester

Queen's Park Suspension Bridge Queen's Park Suspension Bridge

Cheshire Walk - Chester and the River Dee~
A favourite walk around Chester which follows the river and takes in some historic sites
http://www.cheshirelife.co.uk/out-about/walks/cheshire_walks_chester_and_the_river_dee_1_1647500

Boothsdale Boothsdale

Cheshire Walk - Kelsall
A walk through the countryside around Kelsall
http://www.cheshirelife.co.uk/out-about/walks/cheshire_walks_kelsall_1_1568461

Cottage on High Street Cottage on High Street

Cheshire Walks - Tattenhall
Tattenhall  is roughly eight miles south-east of Chester in the shadow of the Peckforton hills
www.cheshirelife.co.uk/out-about/walks/cheshire_walks_tattenhall_1_1713203

Helsby walk Helsby walk

Cheshire Walk - Helsby Hill
A walk up and back down one of Cheshire’s most recognisable landmarks
www.cheshirelife.co.uk/out-about/walks/cheshire_walk_helsby_hill_1_3637929

A traditional home built in Cheshires trademark red sandstone A traditional home built in Cheshires trademark red sandstone

Cheshire walk - Bruera
A heavenly walk from St Mary to Saighton
www.cheshirelife.co.uk/out-about/walks/cheshire_walk_bruera_1_3878102

St Marys Church St Marys Church

Cheshire Walk - Coddington
A family  stroll through the countryside around Coddington
www.cheshirelife.co.uk/out-about/walks/cheshire_walk_coddington_1_3797336

Legend has it that St Peter's church was built on the site where St Plegmund the hermit lived Legend has it that St Peter's church was built on the site where St Plegmund the hermit lived

Cheshire Walk - Plemstall, Guilden Sutton and Mickle Trafford
A historic walk to the north of Chester
www.cheshirelife.co.uk/out-about/walks/cheshire_walk_plemstall_guilden_sutton_and_mickle_trafford_1_3722311

Cheshire Walks, Tarporley Cheshire Walks, Tarporley

Cheshire Walk, Tarporley
A walk through the countryside which surrounds Tarporley
www.cheshirelife.co.uk/out-about/walks/cheshire_walk_tarporley_1_1713244

Farndon Farndon

Cheshire Walk - Farndon
A riverside route around the former strawberry fields of Farndon
www.cheshirelife.co.uk/out-about/walks/cheshire_walks_farndon_1_1646957

Farmstead near Great Barrow Farmstead near Great Barrow

Cheshire Walk - Great Barrow
A walk situated 4 miles fron the centre of Chester
www.cheshirelife.co.uk/out-about/walks/cheshire_walks_great_barrow_1_2021222

Maize field in winter Maize field in winter

Cheshire Walk - Mouldsworth
A walk from Mouldsworth which takes in a section of the Sandstone Trail
www.cheshirelife.co.uk/out-about/walks/cheshire_walks_mouldsworth_1_2006550

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