6 of the best February walks in Cheshire

PUBLISHED: 08:00 04 February 2020 | UPDATED: 08:49 04 February 2020

Moore Warrington Sunset by Sean Nolan

Moore Warrington Sunset by Sean Nolan

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We looked through our archives to see what we recommended to you in previous years during February.

Bunbury by Paul TaylorBunbury by Paul Taylor

Bunbury

February 2019 issue

A picturesque ramble through flat pastures in the area just south of Tarporley, it is recommended you pay a visit to the the 14th century St Boniface Church before you set off.

Click here to view the details of the Bunbury walk

Cottages at Hodgefold by Paul TaylorCottages at Hodgefold by Paul Taylor

Broadbottom and the River Etherow

February 2018 issue

East Manchester is the destination for this walk, however the proximity to the edge of the Peak District means this route is more rural than urban.

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The overflow at the lake at North Rode Manor by Paul TaylorThe overflow at the lake at North Rode Manor by Paul Taylor

North Rode and Gawsworth

February 2017 issue

Another walk close to the western edge of the Peak District, this time much further south, just outside Congleton to the village of North Rode.

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The Wales-England border beside the Dee by Paul TaylorThe Wales-England border beside the Dee by Paul Taylor

Chester and Welsh border

February 2016 issue

We headed for Chester and set off from the heart of the city and criss-crossed over the England and Wales border on this riverside walk.

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Danes Moss by Paul TaylorDanes Moss by Paul Taylor

Gawsworth and Danes Moss

February 2014 issue

Another walk to the area around Gawsworth, this time taking a circular route from the old hall and taking in the Macclesfield Canal and bogland at Danes Moss Nature Reserve.

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Cold, Foggy Walk, Moore Nature Reserve by David BakerCold, Foggy Walk, Moore Nature Reserve by David Baker

Moore Nature Reserve

February 2013 issue

We headed to Moore Nature Reserve, just a few miles outside the centre of Warrington, to take in sections of the Bridgewater Canal and Manchester Ship Canal.

Click here to view the details of the Moore Nature Reserve 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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