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The Combermere Arms and Burleydam Walk is a 3.1 mile loop trail located near Nantwich, Cheshire, England and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and trail running.

Length 3.1 mi Elevation gain 511 ft Route type Loop

Kid friendly

Hiking

Walking

Running

Pub walk

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Getting There

A circular pub walk from the Combermere Arms in Burleydam, Cheshire. The Combermere Arms is a classic Cheshire country inn with plenty of nooks and crannies and lots of character. The walking route performs a simple loop through the surrounding countryside, taking in the peaceful setting of the farming landscape. The walk has just a few gentle climbs and descents throughout. The route follows a mix of quiet lanes and field paths, the latter of which can be quite muddy and uneven underfoot so good waterproof boots are a must. There are a couple of sections of road walking. The sections are relatively short but the traffic can be quick so stay on the grass verges and be aware of oncoming vehicles. There are several kissing gates along the way, but no stiles. Whilst some of the fields are arable crop fields, three of the fields are grazing pastures for cattle so take care with dogs. Allow 1.5 hours.

Burleydam is located on the A525 to the east of Whitchurch, close to the Cheshire/Shropshire border. The walk starts and finishes from the Combermere Arms which has its own large car park alongside. Approximate post code SY13 4AT.

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Deborah Spurdle
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parts of the walk are quite nice through crop fields ..however the 2 sections along the very busy main A roads were not enjoyable so probably wouldn't do this walk again

Peter Peter
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The off-road sections are fine although a little overgrown in places, be aware though that this walk includes two sections along main 'A' roads which can be quite dangerous especially during peak traffic times, I wouldn't recommend the walk if you have children with you.

lee boylan
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First to Review

Ok as described

richard r.
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