More Pocket Pub Walks Cheshire
Following the great success of his first volume in this series, now awaiting a reprint, author David Pill offers a second selection. The new routes range from 2 - 6 and a half miles, and are centred on the beautiful Cheshire countryside, and are based on local pubs serving good food. The walks include routes through pretty villages such as Styal, Gawsworth and Wrenbury; beside canal towpaths at Christleton and Norton; in woodland at Glazebury, Thurstaston and Hatchmere and via historic landmarks such as the old Roman Road at Appleton Thorn, Cheshire's salt industry at Darnhall, and Civil War skirmishes at Haslington. Other walks where country lanes, wild flowers and birdsong can be enjoyed include little Budworth, Bartington, Shocklach, near the Welsh border, and Poynton. Besides good food, the pubs have been handpicked for their range of ales, history and character.
Countryside Dog Walks: Wirral & West Cheshire
Written for all dog owners looking for hassle-free walks to enjoy with their dogs, this guidebook is beautifully designed and packed with stunning photography - giving dog owners access to 20 of the finest walks in the Wirral and West Cheshire. Areas covered include: Bidston Hill, Royden Park, Heswall Dales, Frodsham, Helsby, Chester and Bickerton Hill. With clear information, an introduction for each walk, and simple, easy-to-read maps, this beautiful book will appeal to all who want to venture out into the countryside with their dogs. The walks cater for all levels of fitness and ability - having no stiles the routes ensure hassle-free walks for both dog and owner. Both authors are experienced walkers, qualified in mountain leadership and countryside management. This is another book in a series of Countryside Dog Walking books.
PF (42) CHESHIRE (Pathfinder Guides)
Walkers coming to Cheshire and expecting an entirely flat county are in for a surprise. There are easy, undemanding walks that take you across characteristic, pastoral Cheshire landscapes, invariably passing through some of the attractive villages and by some of the county's outstanding churches and country houses. But you can also experience rough and challenging moorland hikes on the edge of the Peak District, plenty of attractive woodland walks along the sandstone ridge, or across parklands, or through the remnants of the medieval forests, a superb choice of peaceful canal walks and, on the Wirral, even coastal - or at least estuary - walking.
Dog Friendly Pub Walks: Cheshire (Countryside Dog Walks)
This attractive and cleverly structured guidebook gives dog walkers access to 15 pubs and 15 great walks in the region of Cheshire. With clear information, an introduction for each walk, and simple, easy-to-read maps, this beautiful book will appeal to all who want to venture out into the countryside with their dogs. The walks have no stiles ensuring a hassle-free walk for both dog and owner. Both authors are experienced walkers, qualified in mountain leadership and countryside management. This is another book in a series of Countryside Dog Walking books currently being developed throughout the UK.
Walking Cheshire's Sandstone Trail : Official Guide - 34 miles along Cheshire's central sandstone ridge
This new edition of the official, in-depth, full colour guide book to the Sandstone Trail is the perfect companion for weekend strollers and dedicated long-distance walkers alike. Everything you need to walk and enjoy Cheshire's Sandstone Trail is here. It features: clear, easy-to-follow route descriptions; detailed Ordnance Survey maps of the whole trail; fascinating explanations of the Trail's geology, history, landscapes and wildlife; what to look out for along the way - from castles and caves, to views and wildlife; hundreds of stunning modern and active photographs.
The Cheshire Ring (In Circular Canal Side Walks 1)
This is the first of two volumes of circular canal-side walks which together take you round the whole 97 miles of The Cheshire Ring. It contains 23 walks ranging from four to eight and a half miles in length and covers the western side of The Ring. The walks take you along the Bridgewater Canal and The Trent and Mersey Canal, from the former's junction with the Rochdale Canal in the Castlefield area of Manchester in the north, to the latter's junction with the Macclesfield Canal at Hall Green near Kidsgrove in the south.
Family Walks in East Cheshire
25 walks, all circular and about 3 to 4 miles long. They are never too steep or difficult, and can be walked at an easy pace in about one and a half to two hours, allowing time to admire the view or look at the birds or wild flowers along the way. They are all chosen for their variety of scenery, including particular places of beauty or interest.
Best Pub Walks in Cheshire
Combines Cheshire's network of footpaths with its equally famous pubs, each offering a warm welcome, a hearty table and a well-stocked cellar. This book is suitable for those with a connoisseur's interest in Real Ale, and for walkers wanting a convenient starting point, including the best pub lunches in Cheshire. It includes 30 circular walks.
Lancashire & Cheshire (AA 50 Walks Series)
Walking is one of Britain's favourite leisure activities, and this guide features a variety of mapped walks to suit various abilities. It describes various walks with a summary of distance, time, dog friendliness, parking and public toilets. It is accompanied by reading on the history and wildlife of Lancashire and Cheshire.
Cheshire: A Dog Walker's Guide (Dog Walks)
The 20 circular routes in this book have been designed with maximum off-lead time and minimum exposure to roads. Each walk has information on the distance and terrain, livestock likely to be encountered, number and type of stiles en route and, in an emergency, the nearest veterinary surgery.
Kiddiwalks in Cheshire (Family Walks)
Great book full of walks in Cheshire suitable for children. The walks are simple, short, stimulating and have stops. The list includes Delamere Forest, Frodsham Hill, Tatton Park, Lyme Park, Anderton Nature Park with boat lift, Marbury Country Park and Tegg's Nose.
The Two Saints Way Guidebook
A guidebook to the Two Saints Way, a new 92 mile pilgrimage route between the cathedral cities of Chester and Lichfield. Its historic sites, beautiful scenery and hidden treasures provide a perfect opportunity to connect with the past and find peace in the present.
All Terrain Pushcahir Walks: Cheshire
From the peaks of East Cheshire to Mid-Cheshire's sandstone ridge running from Frodsham to Bickerton, Norman Buckley presents 30 carefully selected walking routes specially recommended for the increasingly popular breed of all-terrain pushchairs.
Historic Walks in Cheshire: A Collection of 20 Scenic Walks (Cicerone British Walking)
Features 20 walks around some of the outstanding countryside and rich historical heritage of Cheshire. These walks combine landscape with architecture, natural beauty with history, and our heritage with our diverse and complex culture.
Best Tea Shop Walks Cheshire
This guide lists a number of walks through the Cheshire countryside of moorlands, rivers, pastures and outcrops and ancient towns, villages, footpaths and bridleways, ending at recommended, and tested, tea shops.
Drive & Stroll in Cheshire
On a fine day there is nothing quite like a drive to the country, followed by a leisurely walk and a hearty meal in a good locl pub or cafe. The 20 circular routes vary in length from 2 to 6 and a half miles.
Walks in the Country: Cheshire (Walks in the Country S.)
This is a selection of rural walks based deep in Cheshire's beautiful countryside, including routes near Daresbury, Prestbury, Church Lawton, Ravensmoor and Farndon. It also includes maps and photographs.
Walks Around the Sandstone Ridge and West Cheshire
A collection of 20 walks exploring the Sandstone Ridge and west Cheshire. Includes clear maps and directions with references to local historical and natural points of interest.
Pub Strolls in Cheshire (Pub Strolls S.)
Presents an illustrated collection of thirty short circular routes around Cheshire, based on good local pubs. This work is presented with maps and photographs in full colour.
Adventurous Pub Walks in Cheshire
The 20 circular walks contained in this book are all between 7 to 13 miles and are designed to be a little more adventurous and challenging than the average footpath guide.
Walks into History Cheshire (Historic Walks)
A collection of walks exploring different aspects of the county's historical past, with maps and photographs.
Country rambles and Manchester walks and wild flowers: being rural wanderings in Cheshire, Lancashire, Derbyshire and Yorkshire.
Title: Country rambles and Manchester walks and wild flowers: being rural wanderings in Cheshire, La....
Summer Rambles in Cheshire, Derbyshire, Lancashire, and Yorkshire. Being a sequel to "Manchester Walks and Wild Flowers.".
Title: Summer Rambles in Cheshire, Derbyshire, Lancashire, and Yorkshire. Being a sequel to Manches....
Walks in Mysterious Cheshire and Wirral: Fourteen Circular Walks Through Cheshire and Wirral's Historic Countryside
14 Circular Walks through Cheshire and Wirral's historic countryside steeped in mystery.
Circular Walks Along the Sandstone Trail
12 linked, circular walks along the Sandstone Trail from East Cheshire to the Dee Basin.
Pub Walks in Cheshire
Features circular walks around Cheshire, starting and finishing at a good local pub.
Walks in West Cheshire and Wirral: Thirty Walks Through the Green and Varied Countryside of West Cheshire and Wirral
30 walks with maps and guide in West Cheshire and the Wirral by Jen Darling.
Waterside Walks in Cheshire (Waterside Walks)
2004 reprint with 12 featured walks along the waterside in Cheshire.
Walks Around Chester and the Dee Estuary
Geodiversity Trail: Walking Through the Past on the University's Chester Campus: 1