5 spectacular spring walks in Cheshire

PUBLISHED: 00:00 22 March 2017

The view from Woodhouse Hill  by Howard Bradbury

The view from Woodhouse Hill by Howard Bradbury

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Pretty waterways, breathtaking views and even some stately homes. Cheshire has plenty for the keen walker in spring.

The Shropshire Union canal by Howard BradburyThe Shropshire Union canal by Howard Bradbury

Nantwich

The Nantwich Riverside Loop takes in the River Weaver and the Shropshire Union Canal

Click here to view the walk based on the Nantwich Riverside Loop

Little Moreton Hall, Congleton by Gwyndaf RobertsLittle Moreton Hall, Congleton by Gwyndaf Roberts

Astbury

This six-mile circular walk from Astbury takes in Macclesfield Canal and Little Moreton Hall.

Click here to view the walk from Astbury

Overton Hill War Memorial by Stephen EdwardsonOverton Hill War Memorial by Stephen Edwardson

Frodsham

Start out at Frodsham, visit the war memorial at Overton Hill and enjoy the panoramic views from Woodhouse Hill.

Click here to view the walk from Frodsham

Roses blooming at Gawsworth Hall by Margaret StringerRoses blooming at Gawsworth Hall by Margaret Stringer

Gawsworth

A circular three mile walk from Gawsworth Hall that takes in the Macclesfield Canal and Danes Moss.

Click here to view the walk around Gawsworth

Sunset, Over Alderley by Simon SwanSunset, Over Alderley by Simon Swan

Alderley Edge

Alderley Edge is known for its glitz and glamour, but it’s also an area of great interest historically, archeologically and geologically.

Click here to view the walk from Alderley Edge to Birtles

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