An approx. 6 mile, 3½ hours leisurely amble going uphill from the quarry via the Black Cut, Harmers Lake to Snidley Moor and Woodhouse Hill, returning via the trig point on Helsby Hill.
Enjoy spring flowers, birds, different tree species and far reaching views.
See and leave a message in the oldest birch tree in the wood.
Mostly hill, field, woodland paths and tracks. Some steps, stiles and fairly steep inclines.
Wear strong boots and appropriate clothing.
Bring snacks and drinks.
Well behaved dogs on a short lead welcome but livestock on route.
Walk Leader: Susan Kellett
Assistant: Ross Nichols
Grid Reference: SJ491749
Postcode: WA6 9PS
Supported by North and Mid Cheshire Ramblers
Click on the image below to download a pdf copy of the walks programme