Tegg’s Nose – Teggsnose Reservoir – Gulshaw Hollow – Gritstone Trail – Tegg’s Nose
This brand new route is a walk for Freshwalkers of all abilities and those with limited time to join us. It’s a walk that will pack a lot of punch inside 5 miles offering diverse scenery – fantastic countryside views from Tegg’s Nose itself as well as woodland and reservoir walking down below.
Join us for awinter wander around Cheshire’s wild hill country where rock dominates the landscape.
Stunning winter sunrise views from Shutlingsloe, the Cheshire Matterhorn.
We invite you to join us for some uphill, early morning walking before hopefully witnessing a glorious sunrise from the summit of Shutlingsloe which towers above Macclesfield Forest and the Cheshire countryside below.
Sheen Gate – Beverley Brook Walk – King Clump – Petersham Park – Sheen Gate
We mark our debut in the capital city with a glorious autumn stroll around Richmond Park, the largest of its Royal Parks.
We’ll take a clockwise loop inside the perimeter of the park, moving at a gentle pace all attendees are comfortable with. We’ll stop halfway round for a picnic break, the length of which will be weather dependent before looping back to the start.
A stunning rural ramble exploring the suburban fringes of Blackburn and paying homage to the greatest fellwalker of all.
Starting at Pleasington station, we climb up into the Yellow Hills before dropping down to the River Darwen at Hoghton Bottoms to admire the cascades then returning to the start point to catch an afternoon train back into town.
A winter moorland walk from the picturesque town of Ilkley, situated in the Wharfe Valley, at the southern end of the Yorkshire Dales.
We’ll initially head south out of Ilkley towards the moor, climbing up above The Tarn, passing through ferns and woodland to reach the Dales Way. The route heads east towards the Cow and Calf gritstone outcrops before heading off deep into the moors and circling back. A classic, rewarding moorland hike.
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.