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 8km 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.
Marple – Peak Forest Canal – Roman Lakes – Marple
This walk is a perfect entry-level walk for Freshwalkers of all abilities and especially those with limited time to join us. Our route sees us heading south out of Marple along the Peak Forest Canal where we’ll enjoy the increasingly semi-rural waterside surroundings at a very gentle pace before crossing the River Goyt to head back along the river via the Roman Lakes into Marple Bridge.
West Kirby – Caldy Hill – Royden Park – Thurstaston – Wirral Way – Marina Lake – West Kirby
This time, we have a brand new route heading out of a familiar starting point, West Kirby. We plan to take a circular loop taking in many of the highlights of this part of the Wirral, including Caldy Hill, Thurstaston Common and the Marina Lake as we head back into West Kirby.
Chinley – Cracken Edge – Chinley Churn – Chinley
The plan is to leave one of our favourite villages, Chinley and climb up towards Cracken Edge before heading past Chinley Churn. We’ll then drop down underneath the shadow of Mount Famine before returning to the tiny village of Whitehough for a late lunch. And remember, nanna and grandad are welcome too. Like the kids, they go free*!
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 accessible from both cities.
Edale – Grindsbrook Clough – Kinder Low – Brown Knoll – Rushup Edge – Mam Tor – Edale
For this festive adventure, we are blending a couple of our favourite routes and climbing both Kinder Scout and Mam Tor within the same walk.
We start the day down in Edale, scrambling up Grindsbrook Clough before heading along the edges of Kinder Scout towards Kinder Low. We’ll then cut across towards Rushup Edge via Brown Knoll before a final climb up to Mam Tor and then finally back down to our starting point in Edale via Hollins Cross.