Entwistle – Wayoh Reservoir – Jumbles Reservoir – Cheetham Close – Turton & Entwistle Reservoir
Helping to connect the property sector with a glorious reservoir walk in the Lancashire countryside.
This circular walking route, starting in Entwistle, Lancashire, is perfectly located for the North West property community to join us for some fantastic networking on the move. The walk takes a fabulous route – with changing scenery including forest and reservoirs and a slight uphill walk onto the surrounding moorland.
North Rigton – Weeton – Castley – Almscliffe Crag – North Rigton
Welcome to Freshwalks as we head to the Lower Wharfe Valley so the Yorkshire business community can take its networking safely on the move. Join us for a circular walk to this large outcrop of millstone grit which offers fine views across the Lower Wharfe Valley, just south of Harrogate.
Edale – Mam Tor – Hollins Cross – Back Tor – Lose Hill – Hope
We invite you to join us for some uphill, early morning walking before hopefully witnessing a glorious morning sunrise from the Mam Tor ridgeline.
As we start this walk in the dark, you will need to bring a torch (ideally a headtorch), wear warm layered clothing including waterproofs and either walking boots or shoes.
The Airport Trail takes in the whole perimeter of the airport.
Join us for a wonderful circular walk through the woodlands, parkland and meadows surrounding East Midlands Airport. As well as creating a wonderful walk through woodlands, open parkland and meadows, the trail has reconnected footpaths, bridleways and lanes that were severed in the Second World War.
Disley – The Cage – Lyme Park – East Lodge – Disley
We’ll enjoy a glorious parkland walk with stunning views back towards Manchester as we enter the park and walk uphill towards the iconic Cage. Soon after, this circular route includes a welcome toilet stop and an opportunity to grab a coffee halfway round within Lyme Park itself. After this short interlude, we start our journey back, picking up a track that takes us out of the park via East Lodge and onto the Gritstone Trail.
Pendleton – Nick of Pendle – Pendle Hill (Big End) – Pendleton
This challenging nine-mile circuit avoids the popular and increasingly busy honeypot routes to explore the lesser-known crags, cloughs and ghylls on the rugged slopes of Pendle. We start in the pretty village of Pendleton and climb to the Nick o’ Pendle before walking along whaleback ridge to reach the summit trig on the ‘Big End’ for outstanding views over the Ribble Valley, Forest of Pendle and up to the Limestone country of the Yorkshire Dales.
On a clear day, the Lakeland Fells and even the mountains of Snowdonia should be visible.We return via the western edge of the summit plateau descending beside one of the steep cloughs on the western flank to return to our start point.
Chinley – Hayfield – Birch Vale – New Mills
Join us for a day of glorious walking, a pub lunch and drinks inside a historic mill development on the fringes of the Peak District. We’ll start the day in Chinley, climbing up towards Cracken Edge and dropping into the village of Hayfield for a pub lunch (included in the ticket price). After lunch, we’ll join the flat but scenic Sett Valley Trail back to New Mills where we’ll head to The Shrub Club inside Torr Vale Mill for refreshments.
The Wizard – Alderley Edge – Daniel Hill – Hare Hill – The Wizard
Our latest Walks for Women+ event is a perfect entry level walk for Freshwalkers of all abilities and especially those with limited time to join us.
We intend to meet in the National Trust car park close to the Wizard Tea Room from 10:15 onwards andstart the walk no later than 10:30. We’ll return to our starting point around two hours later where you are welcome to join us for an optional picnic and refreshments outside the cafe.