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With the stunning scenery of the Lake District, the rugged wilds of the Peak District and Cheshire and Lancashire in between, this is an area of great diversity. Ramble along riversides or perambulate on the lake shore, there'll be something for everyone.

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Fun activities for families across the UK at www.whatson4littleones.co.uk



www.lakeswalks.co.uk - walks in the Lake District and much more from Walks4all

www.time2train.me.uk in Chester offer personal training, specialist ante- and postnatal classes and a mums, baby and buggy club where you can exercise with your pushchair!


Pushy Mothers offers outdoor post natal exercise classes - and you take Baby along in the pushchair to get fit and meet mums.


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PWW1 Hurstwood & Cant Clough Reservoirs, Burnley

2hrs: 3.5 miles (5.6km)

Walk through open moorland to two tranquil reservoirs and return along farm lanes to the pretty village of Hurstwood . There are great views throughout and plenty of opportunity for picnicking.

PWW2 Towneley Park Sculpture Trail, Burnley


1hr: 1.75 miles (2.8km )

This is an easy walk through the woodland of a country estate. The route takes you through a sculpture trail, past the front of the large hall and finishes at a picnic site and playground.

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PWW3 Hornby Hall & St. Ninien's Church, Penrith

2hours: 3.5 miles (5.6km)

A lovely walk through farmland with great views of the Lake District . The route takes you pass a Tudor Farmhouse to the small secluded church of St. Ninien 's (Ninekirks). The lanes and tracks are easy going throughout but there is one gate to lift the pushchair over.

PWW4 Patterdale to Devil's Chimney, Ullswater

1hr 30 mins: 3 miles (4.8 km )

This is a simple but beautiful walk along the banks of Ullswater. The area is one of the most stunning in the Lake District and the route takes you to a fantastic view point and picnic spot. The walk has been graded as strenuous as the track is rocky and not suitable for young babies .

PWW5 Two Meres Walk, Delamere Forest, Chester

1hr 15 mins: 2 miles (3.2km)

Walk through the heart of Delamere Forest , a vast expanse of woodland on the Cheshire plain, and visit the area's famous wetland meres. An easy walk along forest tracks suitable for all pushchairs and great for little cyclists! Accessible by train.

PWW6 Old Pale, Delamere Forest, Chester

45 mins : 1 miles (1.6km)

Old Pale is an area of new native woodland on the edge of Delamere Forest. This route follows the park's accessible trail along good paths suitable for lightweight buggies and wheelchairs. Gate too narrow for double buggies. Accessible by train.

PWW7 Anderton's Waterways, Northwich

1 hr 30 mins : 3 miles (5km)

Take a riverside ramble around the waterways of Anderton, with a great view of the famous Anderton Boat Lift. There are boats, canals, rivers, woodlands, meadows and all on easy paths suitable for all pushchairs. Some inclines.


PWM8 Ellesmere Canal and Meres, Shropshire

2hrs: 3.5 miles (5.5 km)

Walk along the Llangollen Canal past narrow boats, through beautiful woodland and even through a tunnel! Visit lakes, feed the waterbirds and stop for a play and picnic by the waters edge in a lovely park. Good paths throughout but the water edges are all unprotected. This walk also appears on the Midlands pages.

PWW18 Rutter Force, Appleby in Westmorland

1 hour : 2 miles (3.2km)

A simple but stunning walk that affords fantastic views of the North Pennine Hills and takes you to a hidden beauty spot with a magnificent waterfall. This is a perfect toddler walk as there are an abundance of puddles to splash in and a fantastic ford to cross.

PWW21 Ladybower Reservoir, Hathersage

1 hr 45 mins : 3.5 miles (5.6km)

A beautiful walk alongside the banks of Ladybower reservoir and through delightful coniferous woodland. The route passes a number of picnic tables with fantastic views over the reservoir. Only suitable for single all terrain pushchairs and there is one stile to lift the pushchair over.

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