6 great walks near Nantwich

PUBLISHED: 08:00 26 March 2019 | UPDATED: 08:52 26 March 2019

Nantwich town centre by John Cocks

Nantwich town centre by John Cocks

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The market town of Nantwich is a great starting point to explore the parts of South Cheshire that are often overlooked by walkers.

Shopshire Union Canal by Howard BradburyShopshire Union Canal by Howard Bradbury

Nantwich, River Weaver and Shropshire Union canal

0 miles from Nantwich

Following the Nantwich Riverside Loop, you will get a walk beside the river, a walk beside the canal, a stroll across fields with a view over the Cheshire Plain and an historic town with an embarrassment of architectural riches.

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"Wybunbury tower from a distance." by Ten Minutes From Home (Flickr) is licensed under CC BY 2.0

Wynbunbury

3 miles from Nantwich

Make your way through pastures and meadows, climbing stiles and crossing brooks from one field to the next yet always within site of the prominent church tower of Wybunbury.

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Parish Church of St. James the Great in Audlem by John CocksParish Church of St. James the Great in Audlem by John Cocks

Audlem and Hankelow

7 miles from Nantwich

Another watery walk that takes us out of Audlem to the countryside to the north and the valley of the River Weaver and the Shropshire Union Canal.

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Pond at Bunbury Mill by Paul TaylorPond at Bunbury Mill by Paul Taylor

Bunbury

8 miles from Nantwich

Visit the Grade I listed St Boniface Church in the centre of Bunbury before setting off on a picturesque ramble through flat pastures.

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Marbury by John CocksMarbury by John Cocks

Marbury

8 miles from Nantwich

This walk is isn’t that far from the England/Wales border and at the very south of the county, and takes in a section of the Llangollen branch of the Shropshire Union Canal.

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Lake near Warmingham by Keith CarterLake near Warmingham by Keith Carter

Warmingham

8 miles from Nantwich

You probably haven’t visited this quiant village that lies west of Sandbach and it is the starting point of a walk that takes some quintessential Cheshire countryside.

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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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