6 great walks near Wilmslow
PUBLISHED: 01:00 11 September 2018 | UPDATED: 09:01 11 September 2018
Wilmslow is one of the most desirable places to live in the region. Is it because of the beautiful countryside that surrounds it? These walks that are all within a five mile radius of the suburb suggests it could be the case.
Twinnies Bridge and the The Carrs Park
0 miles from Wilmslow
A short walk from the centre of Wilmslow that follows the River Bollin north through Carrs Park and ends at Twinnies Bridge.
1 mile from Wilmslow
Start out from Lindow Common and head out in a loop which takes you towards Morley Green, back through Newgate Nature Reserve, around Rossmere and end at Black Lake.
2 miles from Wilmslow
A walk of vivid contrasts; for the first half of it, you are going through woodland, crossing and re-crossing the Bollin. For the second half, you are skirting the perimeter of Manchester Airport, with its high security fences before strolling the picturesque Altrincham Road back to the starting point.
Woodford to Handforth Dean
3 miles from Wilmslow
This walk takes you on a figure of eight route from the Deanwater Hotel at Woodford, through farm land towards Handforth Dean.
Mottram St Andrew
4 miles from Wilmslow
A walk around one of Cheshire’s most desirable locations to live which takes in a section of the North Cheshire Way.
Mobberley and Great Warford
4 miles from Wilmslow
Equestrian lovers will love this walk around the area surring Great Warford. You will pass by many fields full of horses, and you may be lucky enough to spot some wildlife on your travels.
Newsletter Sign Up
- A look ahead to the Wirral Arts Festival
- Local life - Weaverham Hardware
- Theatre review - Matilda The Musical, Palace Theatre, Manchester
- Win a spa break at a luxury country hotel in the Peak District
- Enjoy your local countryside walks on National GetOutside Day with a free month’s subscription to OS Maps
- Restaurant review - Little Lanka, Stockport
- The Shippon launch party, Eyton, Wrexham
- 10 spooky things to do in Cheshire for Halloween
- Restaurant review - Parea, Alderley Edge
- Party Gras in Nantwich raises funds St Luke’s Hospice