6 of the best November walks in Cheshire
PUBLISHED: 00:00 01 November 2020
We looked through our archives to see what we recommended to you in previous years during November.
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Bollington and Middlewood Way
November 2019 issue
This easy five-mile walk takes you along the Middlewood Way, up to higher ground where you will be able to gaze down across Cheshire’s flatter expanses and back to the town along the canal.
November 2018 issue
An easy ramble through fields around Mobberley, though you will get a noisy reminder of the modern world every few minutes in the form of Manchester Airport.
Delamere Forest and Old Pale Hill
November 2017 issue
Ascend Old Pale Hill in Delamere and enjoy some great views and some unexpectedly stirring prose, a great vantage point to view the changing of seasons.
Tarporley and the Sandstone Trail
November 2016 issue
The walk takes us south, out of Tarporley, picking up the Sandstone Trail to head north and looping back to the centre of the village.
Tegg’s Nose Country Park
November 2015 issue
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.
November 2014 issue
Head to a quiet corner of Cheshire, this area isn’t one of the county’s walking hotspots which makes it ideal for a peaceful walk, away from the crowds.
All the routes were correct at the time of publication, over time access to certain parts of the walk may be subject to change. We advise you acquire a recent OS map of the area you plan to visit and assure there are no major changes.