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5 great walks near Bollington

PUBLISHED: 00:00 20 July 2018

White Nancy by Howard Bradbury

White Nancy by Howard Bradbury

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Bollington is the perfect location to explore the diverse walking landscape that lies on the western edge of the Peak District.

Macclesfield Canal in Spring by Liz MitchellMacclesfield Canal in Spring by Liz Mitchell

Bollington and the Macclesfield Canal

0 miles from Bollington

Head out from Bollington and take in a section of the Middlewood Way with some lovely views of the Macclesfield Canal along the way.

Click here to view the details of the Middlewood Way walk

Pott Shrigley by Oliver WoodPott Shrigley by Oliver Wood

Bollington and Pott Shrigley

0 miles from Bollington

Head north along the Macclesfield Canal, strike out into farmland and ascend a moor with vast views over the Cheshire Plain before returning to Bollington via the pretty village of Pott Shrigley.

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White Nancy by Howard BradburyWhite Nancy by Howard Bradbury

Kerridge and White Nancy

1 mile from Bollington

Head out from Bull’s Head in Oak Lane in Kerridge and then make your towards one of Cheshire’s most iconic landmarks, you will rewarded with fantastic views from the top of the hill.

Click here to view the details of the White Nancy walk

River Bollin by Keith CarterRiver Bollin by Keith Carter

Prestbury and the River Bollin

3 miles from Bollington

The affluent village of Prestbury is just a few miles west of Bollington, this walk explores the area around the property hotspot with a riverside walk thrown in.

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View from Tegg's Nose by Howard BradburyView from Tegg's Nose by Howard Bradbury

Tegg’s Nose Country Park

5 miles from Bollington

Start from the Leather’s Smithy pub in Clarke Lane and take in a section of the Gritstone Trail before the reward of views overlooking Tegg’s Nose and Bottoms reservoirs.

Click here to view the details of the Tegg’s Nose Country Park walk

All the routes were correct at the time of publication, over time access to certain parts of the walk may be subject to change.

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