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Our Booking System is 'LIVE'

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Our 'Walk and Ride Festival' booking system is now 'live'.

Our Festival, which takes place between 5-13 October, is the perfect opportunity to explore The Sandstone Ridge, Cheshire's magical landscape.

All events are free (other than one event which requests a donation).

Walking and cycling events must be pre-booked on Eventbrite (use our direct links below).

Only the horse riding event must be booked direct with the Mid Cheshire Bridleways Association (see below).

As a reminder to what's ahead, please view our Programme of Events by CLICKING HERE.

We list below each event and a direct link to Eventbrite and/or Mid Cheshire Bridleways Association.

  • Ride 1 — Oakmere Way Bridleway: to include part of the Delamere Loop and Delamere Forest — see 'events' and please contact and book through the Mid Cheshire Bridleways Association
  • Walk 2 — Landscape, features and viewpoints at Foxhill, Frodsham CLICK HERE
  • Walk 3 — Bickerton Hill: How geology has shaped the Mid Cheshire Ridge CLICK HERE
  • Walk 4 — A five mile guided walk around Frodsham Hill CLICK HERE
  • Walk 5 — Slowing the Flow: a circular walk of the Mill Brook Natural Flood Management Scheme in Tattenhall CLICK HERE
  • Walk 6 — Woodland Wander at Woodhouse Hill and Snidley Moor with panoramic views to the Mersey Estuary and North Wales CLICK HERE
  • Walk 7 — A circular walk around Bulkeley, one of our National Trust sites with veteran trees in abundance CLICK HERE
  • Walk 8 — Views from The Ridge to Jodrell Bank and the Peak District — followed by Cream Tea at Gifford Lea (all walkers welcome but priority will be given to Gifford Lea residents) CLICK HERE
  • Ride 9 — Cycle ride along the lanes of the Cheshire Plain and Sandstone Ridge CLICK HERE
  • Walk 10 — Station-to-station walk linking Whitegate Way and Delamere Forest CLICK HERE
  • Walk 11 — Enjoy some of the high points of The Ridge at The Old Pale and Eddisbury Hillfort CLICK HERE
  • Walk 12 — Walk through the heathland of Bickerton Hill, examining its Iron Age origins and take a look at Maiden Castle CLICK HERE
  • Walk 13 — Take a look at a locally created Wildlife Corridor CLICK HERE
  • Walk 14 — Discover the lost mosses of Delamere Forest CLICK HERE
  • Walk 15 — Unravel the history and landscape of Delamere CLICK HERE
  • Walk 16 — Our children and family event to include walking, den building and lunch CLICK HERE
  • Walk 17 — Read and navigate The Ridge successfully with our Map Reading event CLICK HERE
  • Walk 18 — 'Top of The Rock' — no Walk and Ride Festival would be complete without a walk to include the highest point of this magical landscape at 227m (746ft) above sea level CLICK HERE
  • Walk 19 — With two spectacular castles positioned on the Sandstone Ridge, this walk takes in the sites of these two remarkable locations CLICK HERE
  • Walk 20 — We couldn't finish our week of activities without taking a look at Bronze Age Beeston and the exciting Roundhouse Project CLICK HERE

AND UNEXPECTEDLY — one final cycle ride is offered CLICK HERE — A terrific bonus!