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All reviews national trust car park great walk short walk hare hill woodland walk beautiful place stunning views dog walkers cheshire plain an ice cream van cheshire countryside young children plenty of parking small children different routes enjoyable walk
Very pleasant walk gorgeous colours bright sunshine. Only one fault no bins for dog poo which could be seen all along the walk hanging from trees in plastic bags and left in various places. I have never seen this before anywhere else. Can someone suggest...More
We have been going to Alderley Edge for over 50 years and are always amazed by the views over the cheshire plain, We prefer to take our dogs for a walk early morning or on a rainy day because it is such a beautiful place...More
This is a fun walk for Adults and kids, the Edge is an interesting place to visit. The car park usually has a granelli's icecream van so plan for that after your walk. There is also the Wizard and tea rooms for refreshments.
Having lived in the area for over twenty years the walk through the woods has become a firm family favourite.We firstly enjoyed many a day taking our young children up to the Edge to explore or play in the mountains of fallen autumnal leaves. Now...More
Having parked at the National Trust car park just past the Wizard Inn, we tried out a few of the trails which were relatively flat and easy. The paths are well signposted and there’s some decent views in places. The NT leaflet gives some good...More
We were expecting the woodland to be much larger and were anticipating a good long walk; it is surprisingly small and we covered the place in an hour or so.
However, it is a really lovely place to visit and the walks gentle and picturesque....More
Hi- this walk is as long or as short as you want it to be and trails are all marked. Ours took us an hour and a half. Best to use the large National Trust car park as we did. There are toilets there too. Enjoy your walk... More
Hi- this walk is as long or as short as you want it to be and trails are all marked. Ours took us an hour and a half. Best to use the large National Trust car park as we did. There are toilets there too. Enjoy your walk. Sadly it was cloudy when we went but we made the most of it. Lovely area. Regards Ren.