Cheshire’s Sandstone Trail is a 32-mile waymarked hike starting in Frodsham and ending in Whitchurch. It’s a gentle enough route with a high point of just 227 metres. But don’t let the lack of height fool you, the route follows a sandstone ridge (hence the name) that gives sweeping vistas over the Cheshire Plain and Dee Valley below.
Following in the footsteps of the popular guest Blog from Kieran Seale, founder of walkbyrail.co.uk, John Myerson was in inspired to get in touch to let us know about his own efforts to walk the Chiltern Way, car-free.
The Wey-South Path is a 34-mile (55km) long route along the Wey and Arun Canal, starting in Guildford in the North and finishing in Amberley in the South. The route mostly runs along the towpaths of the Wey and Arun Junction Canal, connecting the North Downs Way to the South Downs Way.