Cost: £279.00

  • Market Towns of Frodsham and Whitchurch
  • Delamere Forest
  • Beeston Castle
  • Primrose Hill Woods
  • Bulkeley Hill

The Sandstone Trail is one of the finest and most popular long distance walks in the UK.

The Trail stretches for 34 miles along Cheshire’s Sandstone Ridge and offers superb, unbroken, and often elevated walking across the still largely green and pleasant English county of Cheshire.

Starting in the ancient market town of Frodsham on the Mersey estuary in Cheshire, the Sandstone Trail follows the sandstone ridges of the cheshire plains, passing beautiful rolling countryside, pretty villages and bagging a handful of castles, including Beeston Castle, a former royal castle, built in the 1220s and later owned by Henry III, which sits perched upon it’s rocky sandstone crag.

Take in astounding panoramic views from a multitude of fantastic view points, all the way south to the Georgian town of Whitchurch, in Shropshire.

Experience the very best of Cheshire … Sandstone cliffs, Delamere Forest, prehistoric hillforts, half-timbered, black and white sandstone manor houses and medieval and Victorian castles.  Plus historic inns, Roman roads, caves, rivers, streams and beautiful rural canals, including Wharton’s and Willeymoor locks and Grindley Brook staircase lock on the Llangollen branch of the Shropshire Union Canal, not to mention the wildlife, Flora and fauna.

No wonder its been voted by Julia Bradbury and ITV viewers as one of ‘Britain’s favourite walks’.

Come and join us over three days of relaxed walking on this multi day adventure in a small sociable group, sharing the adventure, making new friends and staying in some fantastic establishments.

What’s included …

  • 3 days picturesque guided walking
  • Fully qualified and experienced Mountain Leader
  • 2 nights bed and breakfast (single occupancy available on request)
  • Luggage transfer each day
  • Entry to Beeston Castle
  • Day 2 and 3 lunch
  • transport back to start (if needed)

What’s not included …

  • Evening meal (although food is available at both accommodation venues)
  • Other travel expenses