Great Budworth Walks
This attractive and historic Cheshire village includes a fine 15th century church and an early 18th century pub. In 2019 it was also the setting for the latest BBC adaptaion of the classic 'War of the Worlds'. It's a great place for walkers with a lakes, a canal, a country park and some lovely countryside to explore.
This walk from the village visits some of the highlights of the area including Budworth Mere, Marbury Country Park and the splendid Anderton Boat Lift on the Trent and Mersey Canal.
It's a varied walk with woodland, parkland and waterside paths to enjoy. The route makes use of the North Cheshire Way, a waymarked footpath which you can pick up in the village.
For more detail on the history, notable landmarks and local flora and fauna see the informative wikipedia entry
PostcodeCW9 6HF - Please note: Postcode may be approximate for some rural locations
Great Budworth Ordnance Survey Map - view and print off detailed OS map
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Great Budworth OS Map - Mobile GPS OS Map with Location tracking
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Walks near Great Budworth
- Budworth Mere - This walk takes you along the boardwalk at Budworth Mere in Marbury Country Park
- Marbury Country Park - This splendid country park is in a beautiful location in Northwich, Cheshire
- Anderton Boat Lift - This photogenic Cheshire based site is one of the highlights of the UK's waterways
- Pickmere Lake - This pretty lake is located just north of Northwich in the Cheshire village of Pickmere.
- Trent and Mersey Canal - Follow the Trent and Mersey Canal through Derbyshire, Staffordshire and Cheshire on this long distance waterside walk
- North Cheshire Way - Starting at Hooton Station, near Ellesmere Port, follow the North Cheshire Way through Frodsham, Northwich, Knutsford and Wilmslow to the finish point at Disley
- Arley Hall - This walk visits Arley Hall and Gardens in the Cheshire based village of Arley
- Northwich - A lovely circular walk around Northwich, taking in the River Weaver, the Trent and Mersey Canal and several parks including the splendid Marbury Country Park
The George and Dragon dates back to 1722 and is a worthy place to enjoy some post walk refreshment. They serve high quality food with particularly fine fish dishes to enjoy. You can find them on the High Street at postcode CW9 6HF for your sat navs.
The woodland and parkland trails on the route are ideal for dog walking. The George mentioned above is also dog friendly.