Walking in Cheshire & Merseyside

Wrap up warm and spot the first signs of spring appearing on some of our favourite walks in Cheshire and Merseyside.

Lantern folly in the snow

Which path will you take?

There are over 1400 acres to explore, why not take a look at some of the downloadable walks that take in the best views at Lyme

Family walking at Speke Hall

Full estate walk at Speke Hall

Explore the full Speke Hall estate and take in the fine views of the Wirral, North Wales and even Liverpool’s city centre skyline.

Red deer footprint found in prehistoric silt beds at Formby

Undiscovered Formby

Red squirrels, natterjacks, asparagus, sweeping coastal pinewoods, prehistoric footprints and dramatic sand dunes are just waiting to be discovered on this varied and interesting walk.

View the Cheshire landscape from Stormy Point, Alderley Edge

Alderley Edge woodland walk

Walk rolling Cheshire farmland with mature Scots pines and beech woodlands, for spectacular views, intriguing legends and an ancient mining history.

Sunlight beams through the trees at Formby

Formby easy woodland stroll

You'll be cradled by the tall trees and swept away by the dunes at Formby on this beautiful, memorable and achievable walk.

The mill pond at Quarry Bank, Styal, Cheshire

Southern Woods Walk

Explore the Southern Woods at Quarry Bank. Meander along the River Bollin and spot the beautiful flora and fauna to be found there.

A couple walking in the grounds of Speke Hall

Our hall and gardens trail

Enjoy an easy stroll and take in views of the stunning Tudor hall from every angle. It's perfect for any size or ability and will really get you acquainted with our special place.

A plaque shows the original location of an Armada Beacon at Alderley Edge

Wizard walk at Alderley Edge

An easy-access circular walk in the heart of the Cheshire countryside exploring mining remains and learning about the popular legend of Alderley Edge.