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Starting from Burtonwood passing 15c moated Bradlegh Hall on way to Sankey Brook and historic Sankey Canal. The canal, the first in the UK, built to carry coal from Haydock to Liverpool in 1757. Good view of Sankey Viaduct the world's first substantial viaduct built by George Stephenson in 1830 for the world's first intercity rail line. Having completed the canal section the route returns to start.
Visit a magnificent deer park and stately home, with peaceful canalside interludes.
Using a part of Lymm Heritage Trail, this circular walk will take you around Lymm Dam. It was created in 1824 by a dam built during the construction of what is now the A56 road.
A fairly level bike ride along a converted railway, bridleways and quiet country lanes.
An extended stroll through historic Lymm and round its picturesque wooded lake.
An easy stroll through fields and woods and along the canal towpath.
Varied rural walking including contrasting sections of canals that are among England’s youngest and oldest.
An easy stroll around Lymm’s best-known beauty spot, plus a visit to the historic village centre.
Much of interest, including a visit to historic Lymm and an (optional) crossing of the eccentric Penny Ferry.
Easy walking through woodland and former parkland, with the picturesque valley of Lumb Brook as a highlight.
An easy stroll around the pretty village of Grappenhall, including woodland walks.