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Running routes at Dunham Massey

If you've got some energy to burn, keep your fitness up with this handy map guide of 1km, 2km and 3km routes around Dunham Massey's historic deer park.

Total steps: 3

Total steps: 3

Start point

Start at the Mill in the deer park

Step 1

1km: From the Mill to the top of Farm Walk. Start at the Mill and bear right onto Farm Walk until you reach the top perimeter wall.

Step 2

2km: From the Mill to the Deer Barn. Once you've reached the top of Farm Walk, head left along the perimeter of the deer park, heading through four sets of gates. Continue straight ahead, crossing Charcoal Drive until you see the 2km waymarker.

Step 3

3km: A circular route starting and ending at the Mill. Continue along the perimeter path after the 2km waymarker, turning left down Smithy Drive until you reach the lion statues.

End point

The Mill in the deer park

Trail map

Map of running routes at Dunham Massey, Cheshire
Map of running routes at Dunham Massey | © National Trust

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