Sunday, 9 February 2014

A little bit of info on... The South Cheshire Way (Footpath No. 14)

After Big Dave has stocked up with at least one pint of ale at Malkin’s Bank, his route will take a southerly turn from the Cheshire Ring Canal Walk and onto The South Cheshire Way.
The South Cheshire Way is a long-distance footpath which runs for 32 miles (51km) through Cheshire, though parts lie in Shropshire and Staffordshire.
This section of the route runs through mainly lowland farmland and should constitute a good day of relatively easy walking.
Big Dave will leave the Trent and Mersey Canal heading south west past Haslington and Weston towards sixteenth century Doddington Hall.
He’ll then cross the Shropshire Union Canal at Coole Pilate heading towards the village on Wrenbury.
From there he’ll go onwards past the Marbury Meres and then the Peckforton Hills.
He'll reach the end of the South Cheshire Way, after about 25 or so miles, at the Llangollen Branch of the Shropshire Union Canal at Grindley Brook, where the path meets the Maelor Way.

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