Freshwalks

17
Apr

West Kirby to Hilbre Island

West Kirby – Red Rocks – Hilbre Island

We are returning to West Kirby and the stunning Hilbre Island. We will head along the coast to Red Rocks before walking two miles across the Dee Estuary to discover this archipelago, consisting of three islands, straddling the England and Wales border.

10:30 - 15:00
10km
Difficulty - Easy
Wro Bar
24
Apr

Kinder Edges

Edale – Jacob’s Ladder – Kinder Low – Kinder Downfall – Fairbrook Naze – Seal Edge – Blackden Edge – Ringing Roger – Edale.

This time, a long-overdue return of one of our epic challenge routes to coincide with the 88th anniversary of the legendary Mass Trespass event of 24 April 1932. We will walk an entire clockwise loop of Kinder Scout and take in the wild, remote northern edges with breathtaking views out across Black Ashop Moor.

9:30 - 18:00
28km
Difficulty - Challenging
Old Nag's Head
29
Apr

Bramhall Park

Bramhall Park – Carr Wood – Bramhall Park

This time we are walking around Bramhall and Carr Wood Parks – a perfect entry-level for Freshwalkers of all abilities and especially those with limited time to join us.

We will set off from the Stables Kitchen cafe and will set a very gentle pace around the grounds of this lovely suburban park, returning to the cafe for tea or coffee, to continue conversations or even for a spot of optional lunch.

10:15 - 12:30
6km
Difficulty - Easy
Stables Kitchen Cafe
29
Apr

Elvaston Castle

Thulston – Elvaston Castle Country Park – Derwent Valley Heritage Way – Ambaston – Thulston

For our first event in the East Midlands, we’re heading to the wonderful Elvaston Castle Country Park.

After a leisurely stroll around the castle estate and along the river we expect to return to the pub around 2pm where hopefully you can join us for a well-deserved drink and some optional lunch.

11:00 - 14:00
10km
Difficulty - Easy
The Harringon Arms
01
May

Neath Valley Waterfalls

Pontneddfechan – River Neath – Afon Mellte –¬†Pontneddfechan

Expect a stunning walk of rivers, waterfalls, woodland and gorges. Starting out along the River Neath, we follow the river upstream through an enchanting valley, take in multiple waterfalls including the much-photographed Sgwd Isaf Clun Gwyn and then back to the pub for a well-earned drink.

11:00 - 15:30
12.5km
Difficulty - Moderate
Angel Inn