Walks in Cheshire
The Mid-Cheshire Footpath Society organises a programme of walks in Cheshire. These consist of a fortnightly Sunday walk and usually two walks each Wednesday, one being 'long' and the other either 'short' or 'medium'. The programme is set every six months.
Information about these walks is usually available on this web site. Alternatively contact the District Footpath Inspectors or ask a leader of an immediately preceding programmed walk.
All walks are led by the Society's own experienced Walk Leaders. The Society arranges occasional Walk Leader Training Courses for members who would like to become more than just a walker. People who are not members of the Society are also welcome to join any walk and find out more about us.
Occasional social events are held throughout the year. These are mainly 'members only' events.
If I wish to go on a walk, what do I do?
Click on one of the following to see our walks lists:
Just turn up on the walk of your choice and introduce yourself to the walk leader. It is advisable to wear walking boots or stout shoes. If you have some secateurs, please bring them for trimming any plants blocking the path.
Please note that dogs may only be brought on walks with the walk leader's permission, which must be obtained in advance. If so permitted, dogs must be restrained on a lead at all times.
Injuries and Loss of Property
Please note that the Mid-Cheshire Footpath Society does not accept any responsibility for personal injury or loss of property when attending any of our walks or functions. If it is thought necessary, individuals should make their own insurance arrangements.