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Countryside Walks & Trails

Long distance trails, including the Trans Pennine Trail and the Midshires Way, pass across the Borough.

Ladybrook Valley

The banks of the Tame, Goyt and Mersey provide waterside and woodland walks.

The Peak Forest canal, which forms part of the Cheshire Ring Canal Walk, runs through the east of the Borough.

Shorter trails include the Fred Perry Way, the Ladybrook Valley Interest Trail and the Middlewood Way.

You can join many of these trails together to form circular walks.

For more information about walks around the Peak District you can visit the Transpeak Walks Web Site - please see 'Related links' located on the right.

Cheshire Ring Canal Walk

The Cheshire Ring Canal.
Etherow Goyt Valley Way

Etherow Goyt Valley Way

A 25km (15mile) footpath linking Vernon Park in Stockport with the Longdendale Trail in the Peak District near Hadfield.
Fred Perry Way

Fred Perry Way

The Fred Perry Way is a designated walking route through Stockport which opened in September 2002.
Ladybrook Valley Interest Trail

Ladybrook Valley Interest Trail

The Ladybrook Valley
Middlewood Way

Middlewood Way

The Middlewood Way in Marple, Stockport
The Midshires Way

The Midshires Way

The Midshires Way is a long-distance footpath and bridleway across middle England
Trans Pennine Trail

Trans Pennine Trail

The Trans Pennine Trail is a long distance path running from coast to coast across northern England.

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