10 walks in and around the Cheshire Peak District
PUBLISHED: 00:00 10 November 2017 | UPDATED: 12:31 24 February 2018
A collection of walks in and around the Cheshire section of the Peak District National Park.
Tegg’s Nose Country Park
From Tegg’s Nose, you can survey not just the Cheshire Plain, with Jodrell Bank standing proudly in the middle distance and the Welsh mountains on the horizon, but also the hills undulating towards the Macclesfield Forest.
Disley and the Black Rocks
Take in some awesome views over the Cheshire Plain from White Nancy at Kerridge and Tegg’s Nose Country Park.
Wildboarclough and Macclesfield Forest
This part of the Peak District is famous for landmarks such as the Cat and Fiddle Inn and Three Shires Head. This four mile walk between Wildboarclough and Macclesfield Forest takes in part of the River Dane.
Shining Tor and Errwood Reservoir
Head for the highest point in Cheshire, enjoying some panoramic natural beauty and a ruined mansion.
Head to the summit of Cheshire’s third highest peak starting out from Wildboarclough and taking in views of Macclesfield Forest.
Bollington and Pott Shrigley
A walk that begins and ends in Bollington that takes in parts of the Macclesfield Canal and the pretty village of Pott Shrigley.
Peak Forest Canal and Marple Bridge
This walk takes us along the Peak Forest Canal and beside the River Goyt in Marple.
Start out on the moors at Pym Chair, take in the Windgather Rocks and enjoy fine views of Shining Tor.
Higher Poynton and Lyme Park
All the routes were correct at the time of publication, over time access to certain parts of the walk may be subject to change.
Find out more about the wider area of the Peak District National Park