7 walks near the Gritstone Trail

Kerridge Ridge from the Gritstone Trail by Richard Green

Kerridge Ridge from the Gritstone Trail by Richard Green - Credit: Archant

A selection of walks centred around the route of the Gritstone Trail in Cheshire.

Holly on the Gritstone Trail by Paul Taylor

Holly on the Gritstone Trail by Paul Taylor - Credit: Archant

Disley and the Black Rocks
This walk takes in some of the early stretches of the Gritstone Trail, which winds its way from Disley to Kidsgrove in Staffordshire, taking in some awesome views over the Cheshire Plain from White Nancy at Kerridge and Tegg's Nose Country Park.
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Follow the Gritstone Trail down to the River Dane by Paul Taylor

Follow the Gritstone Trail down to the River Dane by Paul Taylor - Credit: Archant

Wincle
This walk around Wincle includes a section that follows the Gritstone Trail down to the River Dane.
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The lane leading down from the Bowstones by Paul Taylor

The lane leading down from the Bowstones by Paul Taylor - Credit: Archant

The Bowstones and Lyme Park
Head out from Lyme Park, the starting for many great walks, and follow the Gritstone Trail into the Peak District.
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Blue skies and green fields from Croker Hill by Paul Taylor

Blue skies and green fields from Croker Hill by Paul Taylor - Credit: Archant

Croker Hill
Follow the Gritstone Trail up to the summit of Croker Hill and enjoy some of the most panoramic views in Cheshire.
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Tegg's Nose Country Park by Karl Hammett

Tegg's Nose Country Park by Karl Hammett - Credit: Archant

Tegg's Nose Country Park
Another walk that rewards you with fantastic views, this time from the area surrounding Tegg's Nose Country Park.
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Mow Cop Castle by Paul Taylor

Mow Cop Castle by Paul Taylor - Credit: Archant

Mow Cop Castle
Head up to Mow Cop Castle and take in a section of the Gritstone Trail in this walk on the Cheshire-Staffordshire border.
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Shutlingsloe by Val Laws

Shutlingsloe by Val Laws - Credit: Archant


Macclesfield Forest and Shuttlingsloe
Take a steep path to Ward's Knob, along a stretch of the Gritstone Trail in a section of Tegg's Nose Country Park.
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All the routes were correct at the time of publication, over time access to certain parts of the walk may be subject to change. We advise you acquire a recent OS map of the area you plan to visit and assure there are no major changes.