Our Classic walks are the original Freshwalks experience; in the countryside, on the coast, in the mountains and on the moorlands. From easy half-day 10km rambles to epic full-day 30km treks, these walks offer the perfect blend of networking and exercise all year round. No matter the weather.
Allow yourself or your team a day out of the office to boost physical fitness, improve mental wellbeing and bond with other like-minded business professionals over a shared sense of achievement.
The rush of adrenaline and release of endorphins will almost certainly tinge you with that legendary Freshwalks feeling. It’s positively contagious. And if not, the home-cooked pub food and locally brewed ales will surely do the trick for you.
West Kirby – Red Rocks – Hilbre Island
We are returning to West Kirby and the stunning Hilbre Island with a subtle tweak to our first walk there last August. We will loop along the coast to Red Rocks before walking the 2 miles across the Dee Estuary to Hilbre Island.
Chinley – South Head – Mount Famine – Chinley Churn – Cracken Edge – Chinley
A brand new circular route, based out of the Peak District village of Chinley, this will be a superb springtime hike with fabulous views of rural surroundings.
Edale – Mam Tor – Rushup Edge – Edale
The plan is to leave one of our favourite villages, Edale and head up the Shivering Mountain of Mam Tor. We’ll be walking a bit further than our inaugural route and climbing up to 544m along Rushup Edge. The route will then see us drop down and return to Edale. Remember, nanna and grandad are welcome too. Like the kids, they go free!
Marple – Peak Forest Canal – Strines – Mellor Cross – Marple
Our first evening walk of 2019 will see us heading out from Marple Station along the Peak Forest Canal towards Strines. We’ll then gently climb to the superb vantage point of Mellor Cross looking back towards Manchester before dropping back down towards the River Goyt and into Marple via the Roman Lakes. It’s a perfect entry level route for any walker of reasonable fitness.
Edale – Kinder Scout – Alport Castles – Bleaklow – Glossop
This is a repeat of an epic route from 2017 which sees us take in both Kinder Scout and Bleaklow in one day, connected by the remote Alport Valley and the Lord of the Rings like backdrop of Alport Castles. This will be a superb hike for the experienced walker looking to explore some of the most remote landscapes in the North West of England.
Hebden Bridge – Stoodley Pike – Withens Clough Reservoir – Broadhead Clough Nature Reserve – Hebden Bridge
This brand new circular route, starting in Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire, is intended to bring together people from both Leeds and Manchester’s business communities. This will be a glorious May hike – with changing scenery including woodlands, reservoirs and moorlands – finishing in a charming market town easily accesible from both cities.
Mouldsworth – Delamere Forest – Old Pale – Mouldsworth
After a successful walk in Delamere Forest last November, we are heading back to Cheshire for a springtime walk in association with Professional Liverpool.
Edale – Grindsbrook Clough – Edale Rocks – Jacob’s Ladder – Edale
We are taking a brand new early evening route heading out of a familiar village. The plan is to head up Grindsbrook Clough towards the Kinder plateau. We’ll then head west along the edge of Kinder Scout towards Edale Rocks where we’ll descend back into Edale via Jacob’s Ladder just ahead of sunset.
Glossop – Lightside – Dog Rock – Higher Shelf Stones – James’s Thorn – Old Glossop
We are taking an early evening route which is a shorter twist on an old favourite. The plan is to head up Lightside towards the brooding plateau of Bleaklow. We’ll then head south towards Higher Shelf Stones for an evening picnic before descending back into Old Glossop via James’ Thorn just ahead of sunset.