Walking in Liverpool and Lancashire
There's plenty to explore on foot in Liverpool and Lancashire. From countryside and coast, to woodland and the city centre, find the perfect winter walk for all abilities.
Explore the hidden paths around the garden and through the ancient woodland surrounding Speke Hall.
A picturesque dog friendly circular walk on the outskirts of Rufford Old Hall. Enjoy the peaceful sights along the Leeds and Liverpool canal.
This circular walk takes you through the historic parkland of Gawthorpe Hall. You'll travel along the Bronte Way, past the ancient woodland of Hagg Wood and onto the low-level walk beside the River Calder. From here it's onto the Burnley Way which takes you through Grove Lane Plantation - the pathway in which used to be the track of an old coal ginny tramway that brought coal from the pit at Habergham Colliery across the valley to Padiham.
About a 25-minute drive from Gawthorpe Hall is a countryside trail that circles part of the Stubbins Estate, near Ramsbottom. Enjoy Pennine views and wander through woodland.
Explore the wider Speke Hall estate to discover a green oasis in urban Liverpool. Walk through colourful meadows and woodlands with unexpected histories while spotting fascinating wildlife.
The Heysham Coast offers more than your average seaside stroll. Enjoy spectacular views across Morecambe Bay and the Lake District, and discover the ruins of St Patrick's Chapel, located on the headland.
Renowned portrait photographer Edward Chambré Hardman captured many iconic shots of post-war Liverpool. Follow in his footsteps on a city centre circular walk.
A circular walk in central Liverpool taking in the places that inspired Edward Chambré Hardman near Rodney Street, including the two cathedrals.
A circular route, starting at Liverpool Lime Street Station, taking in some of the iconic buildings and views that Edward Chambré Hardman photographed.
From gentle ambles to more challenging hikes, these are some of the best walks to explore the heart of the Lake District.
Explore wide open landscapes, gentler coastal strolls or energetic hikes for something a little more challenging. We've rounded up some of the best places to walk in Wales.
Discover some of the best walks in Yorkshire, from rugged Pennine beauty spots to parkland and meadows perfect for a family stroll.
From stepping back in time on a stroll at Alderley Edge to wandering through moorland at Lyme, these are some of the best winter walks in Cheshire and Greater Manchester.