Whether you fancy a ramble up hills and across fields, a stroll along flat paths or just a bit of fun in the fresh air, there’s something for you in this year’s Frodsham Festival of Walks.
Most of the walks explore the countryside around Frodsham, with occasional forays into Wirral, Warrington and North Wales. Many have an interesting theme about the local history, geology or wildlife.
New for this year is the Police Community Support Officer’s walk for young people and tours of the Frodsham Wind Farm. Old favourites return in the dog walks and the enjoyable buggy push. The hugely popular Family Treasure Trail moves to Castle Park.
There is no need to book for most walks, but a few require booking because places are limited.
Printed copies will be available from many local premises, including Castle Park House and Frodsham Library, from Monday 25 March.
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We hope that you enjoy the 2019 Frodsham Festival of Walks.
Book for Ancient Woodlands of the Weaver Valley (Walk 8) here.
Book for the Frodsham Wind Farm (Walks 24 & 25) here.
Reserve a place at Oswalds for an early evening meal after Walk 10 here.
Book for Nordic Walking Taster (Walk 17) here.