Eddisbury Way walking guide

The 17 mile (27 km) walk from Higher Burwardsley to Frodsham is named after the area through which it passes.

Eddisbury was an important centre in the Middle Ages and is mentioned in the Domesday Book. A late Bronze Age double ditched hill fort stood on the central sandstone ridge of what is now Cheshire.

The route starts at the Walkers’ Car Park by the Burwardsley Craft Centre (road-signed as ‘Candle Workshops’) and ends in Frodsham.┬áIt starts with fabulous views as it takes you through Huxley, Duddon, Brine’s Brow, Kelsall and Newton.

Refreshments are available at both the start and finish points and the occasional pub en-route.

The guide for this route has been updated in September 2019 and is now only available as a download in a choice of 2 versions:

A5 version (0.9 MB) suitable for printing as a collated booklet:


A4 version (0.7 MB) for use on mobile devices (i.e., the pages will appear on-screen suitably paginated):